Facebook at least 14 times a day. And that is on average. Meaning many users check it far more than 14 times daily. Oh and this is just on a smartphone, this doesn't even count computer habits.
FCC filing does not necessarily mean a release is coming soon, it does imply that a release is coming. Enter the recently discovered filing for the HTC Myst, the phone that has previously been dubbed the Facebook Phone. This particular filing seems to confirm previous reports about the handset heading to AT&T.
Gameloft is totally a fan of UNO, and they've offered a version on Android for some time now. Today though, the folks from Gameloft have just released the official launch trailer for the all-new UNO & Friends cross platform multiplayer game that is coming soon. It will be available on Android, iOS, and Facebook and we'll all be able to compete together.
Facebook and team Zuck have just issued a software update for their highly popular Android app. First off, no, this isn't the new design they revealed a few weeks ago but it does bring some much needed improvement to a few features on mobile. For one they've streamlined the change your profile picture option, something that's been a chore on the Android app.
Facebook appears to be pushing a new update for Android users. The catch here, the update is apparently not coming from the Play Store. Based on what we are seeing, this Facebook update is talking about adding some new and seemingly expected features such as being able to change your profile picture as well as being able to download files without notification.
HTC Status, which launched on AT&T. That release goes all the way back to 2011 and wasn't all that successful, but the rumors of another Facebook phone have remained. Rumors that HTC was planning something sprung up in July of 2012 and remained throughout the year. It is now 2013, the year this is all expected to happen and it looks like we have some specs.
Facebook is detailing the all-new Facebook front page known as the Newsfeed, and team Zuckerberg just announced a few details. Everything is changing, again. The new redesign will be aimed at "mobile consistency" as well as delivering what they call the best "personalized newspaper" available. It looks like Facebook is about to start taking mobile seriously.
Facebook surely isn't slowing down anytime soon, but they have recognized the shift to mobile is the future and are adapting quite well. It's no secret that they've been shifting from the web to a more mobile-focused company, and today we're learning a few additional details about how they've done it, and why.
Play Store. However, today there was a pretty big list of apps getting updated that most users usually have on their phones. So instead of wasting time, here's a list of some popular apps all receiving updates today.
HTC apparently have decided to turn up the teasers and advertisements with the launch of their new flagship HTC One smartphone dubbed the M7. We've been seeing various leaks, videos, and pictures on their Facebook page all week. Today they posted their last teaser video, and now their Facebook page has been updated yet again.