Back in October Facebook launched a new application called Rooms. It is different from many of the social network’s other apps because unlike all of them, Rooms allows users to remain completely anonymous. Basically it lets users create forums on their smartphones, and all of it completely independent of their Facebook profiles.


Today a new feature has been added to this application. The team behind Rooms writes on its official blog that ever since the app was released “tens of thousands” of rooms have been created on a variety of topics from smartphones to gaming consoles to depression support.

Now that Rooms appears to be thriving with users, a new feature has been developed to make it easier for people to find all of the new communities that are being created. The latest update to this app released today brings an “Explore” button in the top-left corner of the app.

Navigating to this part of the app will bring up all of the rooms that users can join with just one single tap. Facebook has initially only released Rooms for the iPhone. While an Android version is expected to be available at some point so far Facebook hasn’t confirmed when one will be launched.

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