Social-media giant Facebook announced on Monday that it is rolling out a new comments feature using which users can reply directly to comments left on their page.
Social networking major Facebook on Friday allowed users to make free calls to friends at the leading social network using its application tailored for iPhones or iPads.
Social media giant Facebook has announced on Thursday that it has started testing a fee-based messaging service for its users to guarantee that messages from strangers (people with whom they are not connected through the social network) will arrive in the inboxes of the intended recipients rather than in an often-ignored folder called “other”, that was launched in 2011, where Facebook routes messages it deems less relevant.
Social Networking major, Facebook has rolled out a new version of its messenger app on Android, enabling users without a Facebook account to use this app by creating a Facebook Messenger account. This means, users of the new Messenger version can sign in and then send messages through their phones to both Facebook members and non-members.
Indian music website Gaana.com has now offered Facebook’s Timeline App. Facebook Users can now share the music they are listening to with their Friends.
Unthink.com, better known as “anti-Facebook,” has opened up its doors to its first round of beta testers. The Tampa-based company with $2.5 million in funding from DouglasBay Capital brands itself as a more honest and more open form of social networking.
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