With a recent Facebook for iOS update, the app auto-enhances all photos you upload to the social network. The feature tweaks the light, shadow and other aspects of your image to increase its clarity.
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In late October, Facebook launched “Rooms,” an app aimed at making it possible for Facebook users to remain pseudo-anonymous while they talk about whatever they want with other pseudo-anonymous people. Now, Facebook is going back to a more open social app.
Back in July, Facebook killed the chat functionality in the main Facebook app, and started forcing users to use the standalone Facebook Messenger app. Facebook argued that the Messenger app is much better for chatting than the main app, but users aren’t reacting positively to this change.