Facebook has launched Slighshot internationally. You can shoot photos or videos and sling it to friends, but they wont be able to see it until they sling something to you first.
Facebook has now officially launched Slingshot on the App Store after accidentally launching it last week and then quickly removing it.
According to a new report from Re/Code Facebook will launch a mobile ad network later this month at the F8 developer conference in San Francisco according to multiple sources familiar with the matter, says Re/Code.
Facebook Pages Manager app lets admins connect with their audience or fans and the latest update now lets you Pin and unpin posts to top of Page Timeline, Create and edit events on iPad, Import phone contacts and invite them to like your Page (US only), and you can make your Page Timeline photos and photo albums into profile photo.
Facebook is to acquire Instagram for $1 billion, the move has been met with a whole range of reactions. Without a doubt, the reaction that I have witnessed the most is one of disappointment. Nay, despair. But why?
It took a while for Mark Zuckerberg’s company to deliver native iPad compatibility, but ever since, the updates have been pretty rampant. Released today, 4.1.1 is the second update since the third-gen iPad dropped nearly three weeks ago.
Facebook has released a new version of their iPhone app.
Facebook 3.5 brings some new features such as the ability to tag friends and places in photos and finally the ability to add privacy controls on posts. Facebook has fixed a number of annoying bugs and claims that it has also improved the overall performance and stability of the iPhone app.
It’s not clear if its recently acquired group messaging firm, Beluga, had anything to do with it or not, but Facebook has branched out further into the increasingly crowded messaging space today with the announcement of a separate Facebook Messenger app. Available for iPhone and Android, the app lets you send messages directly to individual friends or groups, which they’ll of course receive instantly (a la BBM, Huddle for Google+, and Apple’s forthcoming iMessage). You’re also able to share your location if you choose, and attach photos to your messages, but the app is otherwise streamlined and barebones — which Facebook says is just the point. You can grab it from the App Store or Android Market now via the links below.
When Facebook rolled out the upgraded version of the mobile website last week, we were wondering if Facebook will ditch its native iPhone app and focus on developing new features for the mobile web app like Google has done for Gmail.
It looks like Facebook is committed to improving the native iPhone app as well (which is great news), as it has just released a new version of Facebook iPhone app, which includes features such as allowing users to Check in to Events, Map view for Places etc.