Facebook just can't get enough of the reports and feedback that its getting from volunteers who have helped test beta versions of its Facebook for Android app. Now the social networking giant seeking even braver souls to help it squash bugs even sooner with its new alpha testing program.
begin showing up in our Instagram feeds, however the company has recently shared a bit more detail in terms of what these will look like and how it will all work. There wasn't a specific date given in terms of when and instead Instagram has said these will be arriving sometime in the "next couple months."
Facebook Home is getting another update and this time around they are bringing even more social to your lockscreen. The folks at Facebook have announced integration with Flickr and Instagram as well as Tumblr and Pinterest. Simply put, those using Facebook Home will now be able to browse a full handful of social networks without even fully unlocking their handset.
Facebook for Android has once again been updated. There are a few changes and improvements this time around with perhaps the key being the ability to edit posts. Basically, this means you no longer have to leave a post sitting with a typo. This one is simple and all you need to do is hit the down arrow on your post and choose the 'Edit Post' option.
Facebook app for Android received an update yesterday on the beta channel, and one new feature is about to make the app rather intrusive. Auto-playing videos are quite possibly my least favorite things on the internet, and Facebook has decided to make that a thing on our mobile devices. Which could also cause a lot of data overage charges.
Hugo Barra, Microsoft wishing they were cool and had a Google Now, and other things, we wanted to mention some updates. As usual, there's too many to mention but a few important apps received updates today. As well as some we figured you sports and NFL fans might want to check out.
Instagram has recently announced that advertising will begin showing up within the next year. The details are still on the light side, meaning Instagram has yet to announce any specifics. Or for that matter a date of when these advertisements will begin showing in your feeds. But that being said, Ms. White, director of business operations at Instagram has said they should be ready to begin selling ads within the next year.
4.4 KitKat, the Samsung Galaxy Gear, Note 3 and more all making headlines. So while you're all busy watching our IFA hands-on coverage, we figured a quick update on some important applications was in order. There's plenty of apps getting updates this afternoon, but here are a few big ones.