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Facebook May Launch Slingshot Today (UPDATED)

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According to a source, Slingshot, Facebook’s competitor to Snapchat, which it failed to acquire last year is scheduled to get launched today, 17th June. Slingshot will be a standalone App and won’t be a part of Facebook App. With Slingshot users can send photo or video with text or drawings to another user and the recipients will only get access once they acknowledge they want to view it. Read More

How To Create Perfect Facebook Cover Photos

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Since Facebook introduced Timeline people have found a new and visual way to express themselves via Cover Photos. Bigger than the profile photos, a lot can be said about one’s personality, views and interests through one’s cover image. Now, with Cover Photo Maker for Facebook Free, you can create a hassle-free, perfect-sized cover photo straight from your iPhone or iPad. Here’s how to create that perfect Facebook cover photo. Read More

Facebook To Launch New Video Chat App To Take On Rival SnapChat

snapchatFacebook’s failed attempt to buy SnapChat last year, despite the offer price of $3bn, has made Facebook secretly work on an App similar to SnapChat. SnapChat is a popular messaging App with new extensions for text messaging and video calling in addition to the ability to send short videos or photos that “disappear” soon after viewing. Read More

Facebook Forcing Users To Download Messenger

messengerIn its endeavor to rebuild its Messenger to conquer the top chat Apps like Line, WeChat, KakaoTalk and others, Facebook in November 2013, launched a separate Messenger App for its users. This either could be used as a stand alone chat App or messenger got opened on touching the Messenger tab on the main Facebook App. Users always had a choice of not downloading it and continuing their chat in the main Facebook App. Read More

Facebook Announces Public Beta for Messenger App on Android

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If you’ve ever wanted to stay ahead of others, and help make the Facebook Messenger App better in all possible ways, then Facebook has something for you. Facebook announced today that they would be offering a public beta of their Messenger for Android App. It will allow a broader range of people to test out newer and possibly buggy versions of Facebook messenger and report bugs, so that they may be fixed before the actual release. The advantage is that they will get to experience new features before everyone else, possibly even features that won’t make it to the final release. Read More

Facebook Home Getting Mixed Reviews from Google Play Users, Mostly Negative Than Positive

fhomeJust hours ago, Facebook Home was made available on the Google Play network and only users with eligible devices can download and install the App. While the App got a lot of praise from the general media, a high percentage of users are not liking the App and at the time of this writing, there are over 689 one star ratings. The average rating of the App is at 2.5/5. Read More