Facebook, WhatsApp And Instagram Suffer Major Global Outage

Three major Apps of social media – Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram stayed shut yesterday for close to 8-10 hours. This global outage was due to some server issue which rendered all these Apps useless until the issue was fixed today by the company. After long hours of waiting, Facebook clarified the issue on Twitter saying that the issue has been resolved and should work perfectly for al users. Read More

Facebook Rolls Out Dark Mode For Messenger

Facebook announced today that it has enabled the dark mode feature on its popular Messenger App for a select number of users on iOS and Android. The company has been working on this update for a long time now and they are gradually releasing it to the crowd in small steps. The feature is still in the beta version, but it is luckily working for some users who can activate the dark mode by following some basic steps. Read More

Facebook Adds New Feature For Creating Petitions

Facebook is providing its users a new way to speak their opinions on the social media platform with the “Community Actions” petition feature. Although you can build your own pages and make your voice heard by getting followers and likes, this new feature will help many people to grab the attention of higher officials and possibly get the required action taken immediately. Read More

Facebook Messenger To Get Its Own Unsend Message Feature

The delete messages or the unsend message feature has been on the rise on several social media and popular texting Apps recently. So following the suite of WhatsApp, Instagram, Snapchat and others, Facebook has decided to introduce the unsend feature on Messenger as well. The feature will be available via a new update and it will let users delete their messages within 10 minutes of sending it. Read More

Facebook Is Working On Its Augmented Reality Glasses

Facebook’s Oculus VR headset is a very popular device in the AR community and Facebook has a lot of investment riding on this venture. Now, the company has revealed plans to come up with it’s own AR glasses where Facebook’s head of Augmented Reality Ficus Kirkpatrick said “Yeah! Well of course we’re working on it. We are building hardware products. We’re going forward on this . . . We want to see those glasses come into reality, and I think we want to play our part in helping to bring them there.” Read More

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