Using Facebook on your iOS device? Facebook recently rolled out a Snapchat-like photo editor to its main app, allowing you to add text, swipe to change filters, or paste Facebook stickers onto your pictures easily.
If you’ve ever wanted to sign up for Facebook Messenger but do not want to link it to your Facebook account, you may soon be able to do so. Facebook recently announced that you can now sign up for Messenger without a Facebook account.
Nothing is sacred on the internet, as local comedian Harith Iskander discover pictures of his infant son on a website also containing pornographic images. He made the discovery after Google Alerts notified him of his name appearing on the site.
Facebook is changing its News Feed again, this time, it will try to guess what your interests are based on how long you spend on different posts.
On top of introduced an update to its Messenger app, Facebook also launched a new Facebook Lite for Android that uses less data, and works well across all network conditions.
By now I’m sure lots of you are aware that Facebook Messenger shares you location. Not just a general location like Kuala Lumpur or Petaling Jaya, but a precise one that traces you down to the exact street you’re on. It’s been around for a while now, we have a post on how to disable […]
After several weeks since its first announcement, Facebook has decided to roll out its video calling feature to more countries around the world.
Curious as to why Facebook encourages you to save your phone number with them, especially when you use Messenger? Well, here’s one of the reason why, the social networking company just announced a new app called Hello, that will show you who’s calling you using information that are readily available on Facebook.
Facebook is tweaking its News Feed again but don’t worry, they’re not going to change the layout entirely. Instead, the social network says that they want to update their News Feed algorithm to show users the things they care about.
Facebook recently introduced a new tool called Scrapbook that makes it easier for parents to share and organise their children’s photos. If you’re a parent frequently sharing pictures of your children Facebook so your friends and family can see them, but at the same time wish there was a better way to organise all these […]
If you’re still wondering why Facebook split up its Messenger service from its main app, here’s why. At the company’s F8 event, Mark Zuckerberg took the curtains off its Messenger Platform to give you a better experience on Facebook Messenger. You can now install apps on Messenger and soon, you might even be able to […]
Looking back at old photos and posts you’ve shared on Facebook will be getting a whole lot easier. Facebook just rolled out a new “On This Day” tool, a new way to look back on things you’ve shared and posts you’ve been tagged in on the social network.
Facebook Messenger has introduced a new feature where it lets you send money to your friends – not kidding. The company’s new payment feature was introduced to enhance the features of the messenger, letting Facebook users easily transfer money with their debit cards.
Facebook has traditionally been rather unclear about what is allowed on its social media site, much to the annoyance of many individuals. However, that now change with the introduction of Community Standards; which sets out guidelines for what content can be posted and shared.
If you run a Facebook Page, then here’s something you’ll need to know. Facebook wants to “make page likes more meaningful”, hence they’re going to change the way Page likes are counted and it might result in a drop of likes on your page.
Twitter employees have been threatened by supporters of the Islamic State for banning accounts belonging to the terrorist group. The threat, which appeared on JustPast.it; a site that allows documents to be uploaded to the internet anonymously. It has also singled out Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey as the main culprit for the bans.
Microsoft has been informing users that Google and Facebook chat options will no longer be available on Outlook.com. Google has decided to drop the chat protocol used in Google Talk, which has lead to the platform being no longer compatible with the messenger function on Outlook. All this means is that the Outlook.com chat function […]
As it turns out, “millions” of Facebook users were not aware that they are using the Internet to access the service. Apparently, to them, the Internet did not exist, and Facebook is viewed independently of it. If this sounds ridiculous, you’d be surprised at the other misconceptions that these people have.
Facebook is implementing “legacy contacts”; people who are designated to take over a particular account in the event the owner passes away. The social media company had originally balked at the idea of allowing accounts to be taken over and simply froze the profile. A situation that often had unintended results.