Facebook is set to launch their Android launcher ‘Home’ in just a matter of days, so to get people excited for it, they have launched the product’s first official advert.
Facebook have just announced ‘Home’, a new launcher app for Android which makes connecting with your friends easier and quicker than it has ever been before.
Facebook have sent out invites to another event, this time teasing a ‘new home on Android’. This has once again sparked speculation that we’ll soon have a Facebook phone in our hands, even though the last attempt at a Facebook phone didn’t work so well.
Nobody really knows what to expect at with the new Facebook phone, other than it’s thought it will be made with HTC again.
The event might not be to announce a new phone at all. Personally, I’m rooting for a new Android application, although it seems unlikely that the company would release an updated app for Android and leave the iOS crowd out of the loop.
Last night, Facebook revealed a new design to the News Feed, and it’s extremely impressive.
Facebook are getting ready to reveal a newly designed news feed this Friday. Other than the date, very little is known about the new design. Some people think that it could be a newly designed mobile app, whereas others are counting on a new desktop site design. Either way, like most Facebook design changes, it will probably be met with an angry response, because people hate change.
Well, here’s a unique use of Facebook. Reddit user ‘CasinoRoy’ decided to search the site for people with the same name as him. After finding a few people, he took a photo of himself mimicking that person’s profile picture, and then proceeded to send them a friend request.
Your Instagram feed is now available on desktop, through the official website. The new release means that the start-up, which began as a mobile-exclusive, isn’t far from making a complete jump to the web.
A whopping 71% of UK residents access Facebook each day. That’s just a ridiculous figure, as it doesn’t even count the people who check it every other day, or occasionally through the week. Facebook is popular everywhere, but how much of a hold does it have on the UK?
A new update has just rolled out to Facebook for iOS. The main change is that users can now send voice messages from chat through the tap of one button.
It seems that each new feature released by Facebook is met with a negative response. Most of the time, the user is right to get annoyed with the features brought out by the company. In the past few years, updates have brought adverts which distract you from the news feed, which is filled up with information about people you barely know, who then find out what you have read online in the past few days. Oh, and while all that’s happening, you’ll have been invited to a thousand events which you either can’t attend because it’s in a different region, or you simply don’t know the person inviting you.