Don’t you just hate it when you want to post something onto Facebook, but because of bad reception you are unable to do so? Well if you can’t be bothered to retype your post or reupload your photos, you might want to update to the latest version of the app. In the new Facebook update, it seems that it allows users to publish their posts offline.
No, this does not mean that you won’t need an internet connection, it just means that the app will save your post as a draft and will publish it whenever your internet connection pops back on, thus saving you time and also helping you post something which you could potentially forget about later on.
In fact this feature could be used overseas while traveling and when you don’t have a data connection. You could take tons of photos and draft various posts, all of which will go live the minute you get your internet, so in a way you can document your travels on the go and not worry about pushing it onto Facebook later.
As expected there are several bug fixes that are introduced in the update as well, but other than the offline publishing, no other major changes have been mentioned. Prior to this, there were complaints about the app crashing from time to time, so hopefully this update has resolved that as well. If you have yet to update the app, hit up the Google Play Store for the download.
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