The Facebook app for iPhone and Android is getting a new Google Now-like personalized notifications section with a customizable card-based UI, starting today.
Facebook's Poke app has taken the App Store by storm, and in less than a day, already sits aloft the iTunes Free app chart. The app, which, in essence, is a chat app with a few twists, only just released for iPhone, but already, has become the most popular free on the App Store.
It’s no surprise when we hear reports about companies like Yahoo!, Google, YouTube and, Facebook accessing sensitive user data without their consent. These companies offer great services for free and millions of people use them every hour of every day. With so much user data available, it must be hard for them to not get greedy for just a little more as evidenced by apps accessing iOS devices’ address book and, today, Facebook reading text messages on smartphones which have Facebook’s native app installed.
Well well well, here's a tasty little morsel that we weren't expecting to crop up. If Mashable's Ben Parr is correct, and his sources aren't telling him lies, Facebook is set to launch its much-anticipated iPad app during Apple's yet to be announced special event for the release of iOS 5. This same event is expected to also play host to the iPhone 5 announcement.
Facebook Inc. has updated their official app for iPhone/iPod touch. The update brings improvements in performance and fixes bugs.
Earlier today, we reported on a minor update for Facebook's iPhone client. It turns out that Facebook had something much bigger up its sleeve: Facebook 2.0 for Windows Phone 7. The new version sports improved aesthetics and push notifications, ahead of the Mango update, which is expected to come out later this year.
One of the most popular and widely used app on iPhone, Facebook, has just received a minor update. The new version 3.4.1 of Facebook for iPhone adds the ability to find you friends, add your phone to your profile, and more.
One of the most popular and widely used app on the iPhone has got an update today! This new version 3.4 of the official Facebook for iPhone app brings an overall improved and polished UI for notifications, along with much better reliability and bug fixes. It also adds new Map View for Facebook Places, ability to unfriend, and the ability to check-in to Facebook Events that you might be attending.
One of the features missing from the official Facebook for iPhone app is the ability to save to your Facebook photos to iPhone’s camera roll. But fortunately, there is now a new iPhone tweak available on Cydia which enables you to save any photo from the Facebook app right into camera roll.
It's a bitter truth but we all have a little stalker inside of us. A lot of us at one point in time make use of Facebook to stalk the people we were in relationship with or want to get in relationship with. Breakup Notifier is the service which is going to make stalking a lot more easier. More interesting than the service is the story why it was created at first place.