Very recently, Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp experienced an outage that affected millions of people around the world. It lasted for hours and had some people realizing that they relied too much on these apps to run their personal lives and businesses. Imagine having to suddenly find alternatives on short notice because you can’t talk to […]
If emoticons are not enough for you when chatting with your friends on iOS using the Facebook Messenger app, then the new Facebook Stickered app is what you need. Released yesterday, the Facebook Stickered app is hyped up as: “It’s sticker time! Add cute characters, funny faces and more to make your photos pop.” I […]
Talk about Facebook’s own reader app has been going around for some time, and in a few days, we will see just how the new app – Paper – will affect the way we consume digital media. The Paper landing page tells us that it will be available on February 3, and the tag line […]
The debacle that was Apple Maps was a strong message to people and Apple fans that not every single product or service the company has released is a resounding success. One of these duds was Ping, the social service integrated into the iTunes. Apple has officially announced that it is shutting down the service. The […]
Facebook just posted a brand new version (5.0) of its iOS app, which it claims is faster and smoother than the old one. Of course, it wouldn’t take much to make that true; the old app was a sputtering, lumbering piece of crap.
Facebook just bought Instagram, the photo-sharing social network that started its life as an iPhone app. The purchase price? One. Billion. Dollars. So here’s the elephant-in-the-room question: Why?
We’ve been waiting and waiting… and also, waiting. Finally, it’s here. Facebook for iPad is ready and waiting for you to download. And yes, it’s awesome.
By now, you may have heard about the major changes coming to Facebook, as announced at today’s F8 conference. Namely, the overhauled Timelines and new apps that use the next generation of “Open Graph” technology to make them deeper and more relevant to your life.
“Facebook + iPad” is a total no-brainer. They’re both content-consumption platforms, both user-friendly, both wildly popular. So why aren’t they willing to walk down the aisle hand-in-hand?