Opened the Facebook app on your iPhone, got a “Session Expired’ message, and were asked to log in again? You are not alone. A number of iPhone and iPad owners are reporting that they were automatically logged out of the Facebook app on their device following a “Session Expired” popup.
For the second consecutive day, Facebook has run full-page ads in some of the leading newspapers of the United States including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and The Washington Post criticizing Apple’s upcoming ad-tracking changes.
Facebook has publicly lashed out at Apple for the App Store Privacy Labels that highlight all the details an app collects about the user. It has also criticized Apple for another controversial ad tracking privacy change in iOS 14 saying it would lead to a massive drop in ad revenue and greatly affect small businesses. Now that Apple has started rolling out App Store Privacy Labels with the release of iOS 14.3 earlier this week, Facebook has gone ahead and published a full-page ad in some of the leading newspapers in the U.S. calling out Apple.
More than a year after Apple added Dark Mode support to iOS, Facebook has finally rolled out dark mode support for its iPhone app. The company had already added dark mode to Instagram, WhatsApp, and Messages but took its own sweet time with the Facebook app. Facebook is now finally rolling out dark mode support for its iPhone app, and here’s how you can enable it
Facebook Launches Cloud Gaming for Web and Android but Not on iOS Due to ‘Arbitrary’ App Store Policies
Facebook today announced a new cloud gaming website and has also released an Android app for it. However, the company says that due to Apple’s “arbitrary” App Store policies, it is not able to bring the cloud gaming service to iPhone and iPad.
Facebook has just announced that it has started testing Accounts Center for Facebook, Instagram, and Messenger apps. Accounts Center will make it possible to share the same story or post on Facebook and Instagram simultaneously from a single place, and it will also be your single point of access for logging into Facebook’s apps and for recovering accounts.
In a bid to combat misinformation and spread of fake news, Facebook is now limiting forwarding messages on Facebook Messenger to five people or groups. Facebook-owned WhatsApp had launched a similar feature in 2018. The feature was initially available in India and then extended globally.
At a company-wide meeting last week, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg criticized Apple opening in front of more than 50,000 employees. He said that Apple has a “unique stranglehold as a gatekeeper on what gets on phones.”