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Facebook’s Standalone Video Chat App Enters Testing

09/13/2017, We first heard about Facebook’s Bonfire app earlier this year in July. It was revealed that the company had developed a standalone video chat app. The app has now entered testing. Facebook has quietly released it on the Danish iOS App Store. Those...

Facebook Removes Instant Articles From Messenger

09/12/2017, Facebook’s Instant Articles platform is meant to change the way its users read and pay for news on the world’s largest social network. The company continues to tweak just how it uses this platform to present publishers’ content across...

Facebook Testing Instant Video Feature For Android

09/12/2017, Facebook’s Instant Articles are actually a pretty nifty feature and it does cut down a lot of loading time, especially when you’re on the go and you don’t want to waste precious seconds (or even a minute) waiting for an article to load. Now it looks...

Facebook Testing A Tinder-Like Feature For Messenger

09/08/2017, Asking a friend to meet up and hanging out isn’t particularly difficult, but it seems that Facebook wants to make it easier. In a report from Motherboard, it seems that the social networking platform is testing out a new feature for its Messenger app...

Instagram Testing Letting Users Post Stories Directly To Facebook

09/07/2017, It is safe to say that out of all the platforms that Facebook launched the Stories feature on, only Instagram seems to be having the most success with it, with Facebook and WhatsApp being pretty much ghost towns as far as Stories are concerned. We guess...

Facebook Watch Goes Live For Everyone In The United States

09/05/2017, It has long been reported that Facebook is going to create a dedicated section on its website where it will host all of the original programming that it has been working on. It was later confirmed that this dedicated section will be called Facebook Watch....

Facebook Might Make It Easier To Add Copyrighted Music To Videos

09/05/2017, According to a new report, Facebook is offering major record labels and music publishers hundreds of millions of dollars so that the billion-plus users of its social network can legally add songs in the videos that they upload to the social network. This...

Facebook Using AI To Help Improve 360-Degree Photos

09/01/2017, Not all photos are taken equally. There are some who are more skilled at composition a shot and editing it, while some don’t really care and just upload whatever they capture, blurry photo or not. However Facebook wants to change that, or at least help...

Facebook Pages Spreading Fake News Won’t Be Able To Buy Ads

08/28/2017, Facebook has been taking concrete steps to tackle the fake news problem on its platform. The company today announced that it’s no longer going to allow Pages that spread fake news to buy ads. It will actively block Pages from advertising on the site...

Facebook Instant Articles Subscriptions Confirmed

08/23/2017, It was reported recently that Facebook might enable subscriptions in Instant Articles and the world’s largest social network has confirmed that today. Facebook users will soon be able to subscribe to publications after they’re read their...

Younger Teens Reportedly Losing Interest In Facebook

08/22/2017, Facebook may not be as appealing to younger teens as it once was if a new report is to be believed. eMarketer has released a new report which predicts that Facebook is going to see a decline in usage by the 12-to-17-year-old demographic this year....

Facebook Is Making Safety Check A Permanent Feature

08/21/2017, You might have noticed that Facebook has a Safety Check feature which basically allows users to mark themselves as “safe” when they are in an area in which an incident has occurred, whether it be a natural disaster, a terrorist attack, and so on. The...

Facebook Testing Out ‘Featured Topic’ Customized Links

08/18/2017, It’s no secret that social media platforms like Facebook have been changing its News Feed to better deliver content that they think is relevant to you, which is why different people’s News Feeds look different from yours. Now it seems that Facebook is...

Facebook Will Eliminate Video Clickbait From News Feed

08/17/2017, Facebook continues to tweak its News Feed to ensure that its billions of users across the globe only see stories and posts that are most relevant to them and their interests. It continues to ensure that low-quality posts are downranked and that users...