While Facebook has increased its presence in the smartphone world exponentially, with robust apps for both Android and, to an even greater degree, iOS, the company is trying to get out the message that customers on lower-end phones, the so-called "dumb phones", are just as worthwhile. Facebook has now released an app for all Java-capable low-end phones, with support for 2,500 models according to the company.
Fring is a London-based company that develops a well-known instant messaging client for iOS. After improving its client for the last few months, the company is finally taking it a step up: bringing multi-person video conferencing to the iPad. This is the first App of its kind on the iPad: while the native video calling app, such as FaceTime, only allows 2-way video chats.
Just hours ago, we reported on a leak that revealed a new photo sharing app Facebook has been working on. We're now getting our hands on even more screenshots showcasing other features, such as commenting features built right in, as well photo capturing (although that wasn't all that surprising).
According to recently leaked internal documents, containing roughly 50 MB worth of images and documents, Facebook is getting ready to unveil a new picture sharing app for the iPhone, and presumably for other platforms as well. Details are scarce, but leaked pictures give away a few hints.