Nobody likes to look at photos that are poorly lit and requires you to squint just to see things clearly. Facebook has just given its iOS app an update that can automatically enhance a photo before you share it.
Last week, Facebook tweaked its Graph Search to make it a lot easier to search for old posts, but there was also an unmentioned change – it is no longer showing web search results that were previously powered by Microsoft Bing.
Like it or not, Facebook is possibly one of the most used service by everyone around the world. Whatever topics and stories that goes on will definitely pop up in Facebook, and sometimes, you’ll even see the breaking news on the social network even before it hits official news portals. Facebook recently posted up its […]
Always wanted to find that old photo that you or your friends have shared many years back, but it’s such a hassle to scroll through thousands of photos just to locate one? Well, Facebook has just updated its Graph Search, making it a whole lot easier to stalk find things that your friends posted before. […]
If Facebook news feeds are anything to be believed, Pirate Kings is the new Candy Crush. Mostly due to the number of inane requests that are sent out to unsuspecting friends. Instead of ranting on about how many people will be unfriended if they continue with such requests, here is how one can turn off […]
It looks like Facebook is slowly but surely splitting the various features out of its main app. Shortly after forcing users to download its dedicated Messenger app, it now has a new app called Facebook Groups to make it easier and quicker for you to share with your Groups.
Everyone undoubtedly uses Facebook while at work, but that is not enough for the world’s most popular social network. Now it wants people to use it for professional interactions through something called “Facebook at Work”. It will apparently use a separate profile for this and feature things like collaborating on documents and connecting with business […]
Facebook has introduced a new feature to celebrate the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday in the US. Say Thanks allows users to send video cards to their Facebook friends. It is one of the many new updates and features that Facebook has rolled out as of late such as Safety Check and allowing users more flexibility in terms of content […]
Facebook has announced that users now have more control in the content that appears on their news feed. Users will now be able to sort their news feeds into groups of people, Pages, and Groups; or just view it as an overall summary.
Those who use Tor do so because they want to remain anonymous on the internet; and now, they will be able to continue using the privacy of the network and log into Facebook. The social network has activated features that allow hidden services on Tor to continue running on its sites. While this is a […]
Financial reports for WhatsApp have recently been made public, and the it appears that the company is nowhere near the definition of profitable for the third quarter of 2014. Analysts are following the company closely as details of its recent US$16 billion acquisition by Facebook were also revealed in the reports; a price tag that […]
Nowadays, it’s a safe bet that if one is near an area of disaster, one would most probably want to notify their loved ones about their whereabouts. Facebook has turned its attention to this and have come up with a “Safety Check” feature as a result. In essence, the Safety Check feature allows a user to […]
It looks like Facebook is here to take on PayPal, according to several leaked screenshots, it appears that the company is working on a mobile payment of some sort and it will be integrated into the company’s very own Messenger app. A source of TechCrunch recently sent them several screenshots and a video of a […]
Yes, Facebook is tweaking things again but don’t worry, this time round, it’s to fix one pretty annoying problem. Like it or not, Facebook likes to force users to see what they deem popular with a “Top Stories” News Feed. The problem with that is sometimes, the news they show you are outdated. The social […]
For those of you who are using Facebook Messenger on your Android devices, check out the Play Store for an update because the latest version now allows you to doodle on pictures before sending them.
The world’s largest social media platform has just implemented a feature that allows it to track consumer behaviour across platforms. Facebook announced on a blog post yesterday that it would now allow advertisers to track consumers who had clicked on mobile ads and subsequently moved to a desktop to make a purchase. While the idea […]
A mobile game which involves users pretending to be an Israeli militant bombing Gaza has been removed from the Google Play store. The app, “Bomb Gaza” which was made for Android devices by PlayFTWad obtained more than 1,000 downloads since its release on 29 July 2014. The game however is still available on Facebook, but […]
Facebook is currently facing an international class action lawsuit for breaching European data protection laws. The suit, brought by Austrian privacy activist Max Schrems, is aimed at Facebook Ireland which happens to be where the world (minus the US and Canada) officially signs up for the social media site. The location of the Dublin based […]
Remember back in April it was reported that Facebook will stop allowing users to message using its main Facebook app, forcing them to download and use its dedicated Messenger app instead? Well, it looks like it will be happening really soon. According to TechCrunch, over the next few days, Facebook will completely disable messaging within […]