If it seems like we’ve been in a constant state of Facebook flux, well, we have. From downtime to updated profile pages, Facebook M to Paper and a whole bunch of other talk, the company means business in conducting business with advertisers and content providers (which have their own advertisers to worry about). Now, two feature charges that will serve both of Facebook’s clientele.
Charge number one is a dedicated Shopping feed, beside your News Feed, Groups, Pages, etc. that will be implemented. Facebook and its retail partners can then muscle in the [...]
The smartwatch app ecosystem is currently in an uncertain stage. How much functionality you can get off of a screen with a diameter of less than two inches can be seen as a challenge to pursue or a limitation to work around. If you have the YouTube app for Android Wear, you know which train of thought you’re on.
But now, if your milieu puts you in need of Facebook Messenger while your phone’s out of reach, don’t worry. If you have an Apple Watch with watchOS 2, Messenger’s now on it.
And you have a vast suite of reply mediums to use while occupied [...]
Facebook’s been great at pumping out features its been incubating. But for the most part, services from Facebook M to its breaking news app haven’t been what users were asking for. The company decided only recently to pull its head from the ground and give people the “Dislike” button they have been asking for (prefaced with some imaging spin). The .gification of the internet likely reached its peak with Facebook now showing them off. Now, it’s taking cues from other social networks to redesign the mobile profile page.
The most visceral [...]