There are very few things more annoying about using a smartphone than being right in the middle of a task - and somebody calls. The fact that they've called isn't perhaps the most irritating thing, but because your entire display is interrupted by the call, you're basically obligated to stop what you were doing and answer. If you're looking for a more subtle, unobtrusive notification of an incoming call, a new app by the name of CallHeads may well have you covered.
Message Box, a tweak which allows iOS users to enjoy a full Chat Heads experience system-wide on iOS based on the Facebook app, has just been released, and we've got the details coming up right after the break!
Facebook home is certainly the talk of the town right now, both thanks to the recently released HTC First handset and the equally new Facebook Home software release for Android. As is always the case with such highly interesting and well reported technology news, a comic strip has cropped up based on it.
Facebook's been very busy of late. It launched a Facebook-centric phone with the help of HTC, and it has pushed out all manner of updates for the Android and iOS apps, partly in order to add support for Facebook Home. There's Chat Heads too, along with the less well publicized addition of the new Facebook Stickers.
The biggest feature of Facebook 6.0 for iOS was without a doubt, Chat Heads. But the problem was, Chat Heads were strictly limited to be used inside the app itself and were a no-go on the home screen, until now.
Here’s a complete step-by-step guide on how to enable Chat Heads and Stickers for your account on Facebook 6.0 app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The new features aren't rolled out for every account yet even if you have the latest 6.0 version of the app installed, the following guide will help you force-enable it on your device.