When you have a service like Facebook Messenger, tallying the number of users is pretty important, if for no other reason as a means of comparison to the plethora of other messaging apps out there in the wild.
When it comes to messaging apps, encryption is a big deal, and now Facebook is getting in on the fun, too.
Way back at the start of 2014, Facebook officially announced an app that changed the way Facebook users saw their News Feed, and also news sources across topics.
Facebook is constantly changing things behind-the-scenes, and one of those ever-evolving elements is its News Feed, which is once again undergoing a pretty big shift.
Facebook is a social network, and, with that, the company wants its users to be social. Which usually means suggesting people to users that they should add as a friend.
Aren’t you bored of looking at still photo albums on Facebook? Now you can add life to your own with Facebook Slideshow, a new tool that makes awesome mini movies from your images and videos.
Facebook Messenger is one of the most popular messaging apps out there, with over 900 million people using the service, and now the social network wants to enhance the inbox experience.
Facebook has launched a new Messenger game to celebrate Euro 2016 and Copa America. The aim of the secret soccer sim is to prevent the ball from falling to the ground while achieving your best possible score. Here’s how to play it.
In a bid to make more people use Moments — its photo sharing and backup service — Facebook is notifying users that if they don’t install the app, all the photos synced from their phone to Facebook will be deleted.