Facebook’s peer-to-peer payments service is coming to the UK in the next few weeks, the social media giant said. The feature is currently limited to customers in the U.S., and this will be the first time Facebook is making it available outside the region. This could pave the way for more regions to get it in the coming months.
Facebook has announced the arrival of a bunch of Halloween themed camera effects, posts, as well as an interactive game which requires users to jump out of a virtual haunted house. Facebook Live videos will also get some custom Halloween effects to spice up the holiday. The social networking giant is not new to holiday themed updates, especially for a widely celebrated holiday like Halloween.
It has never been a secret that Facebook wants you to stick around longer, even if you already spend an inordinate amount of time visiting the social network.
Facebook Messenger has supported sending money for a bit of time now, with group payments getting support earlier this year.
Facebook has a plan to let publishers put a paywall around Instant Articles, but it looks like that sort of option won’t be available on iOS right away.
Facebook recently launched a way to order food from inside the app, and now the company is back with another change — all in the name of keeping users in the app for longer periods of time.
Facebook has acquired popular teen based polling app tbh in a bid to increase its social media presence. tbh is currently available in select states in the U.S. and has already seen a billion polls go up since it went live a couple of months ago. The app has struck a chord with the teens and the creators peg it as an app that can increase positivity among the youth.
If you have ever wanted another way to order food, and you thought that doing so through the Facebook app would make sense, the social network has good news for you.
Being able to share music is essential for streaming services, and getting integration into some of the most popular messaging services helps with that.
Facebook’s group video chat app, Bonfire, has silently popped up on the App Store in Denmark. The app’s existence was confirmed back in July, but this is the first time it’s been spotted on the App Store. Adam Blacker from app analytics firm Apptopia mentions that the app is only available in Denmark as of now, while only 2,000 members appear to have downloaded it so far.