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Facebook Content Now Available On Google Search

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With the rise in new search Apps, Google has been struggling to make sure its search engine remains useful on smartphones.

The Wall Street Journal reports, Facebook has agreed to let Google search and display results from their App. The Google searches from your Android smartphones will now display some public content from Facebook’s App, such as public profile information.The results of your search will take you directly to the content in Facebook’s app rather than a Web page.

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Facebook Has Dislike Button Coming Up

Facebook Dislike ButtonFacebook is all set to launch a dislike button after a lot of requests poured in. Mark Zuckerburg has today confirmed during a townhall meeting that Facebook will finally have a dislike button on all posts. While the idea of having a dislike button sounds quite interesting, it will be quite demotivating for people to post something really personal to share amongst friends and have them dislike it. It sort of creates a negative vibe for the social media platform. For fun & games, it should be extremely cool – but it does come with an emotional downside. Read More

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Facebook Launches “Facebook Groups” For iPhone

Facebook groupsEveryone who uses Facebook has at least a few different groups they network with. What you share with your friends isn’t always fit for viewing by your family. Photos of your Thanksgiving Dinner isn’t something you’d necessarily want to share with your cycling group. And although using the “Groups” feature isn’t that difficult on the Facebook App, Facebook has made it even easier to access Groups for iPhone users with its new App, Facebook Groups. Read More

Facebook Messenger Arrives On iPad

facebook messengerFacebook Messenger for iOS is now available for iPad in addition to iPhone and iPod. The App has been updated with version 7.0, providing different interfaces for iPad and iPhone/iPod. Users would no longer have to contend with the stretched iPhone version of the Messenger App on iPad. The iPad version is similar to iPhone’s with the advantage of the much larger display. It sports a split screen view with the contact list on the left and the conversation pane on the right of the screen. Read More