Digital marketing agency im.mk, a Facebook Preferred Marketing Developer, released an updated version of its iOS application aimed at allowing page administrators to quickly and easily create Facebook ads on their iPhones, and Take an Ad now supports the social network’s recently introduced local awareness ads.
With Facebook’s upgrade to Graph API 2.0 and deprecation of Graph API 1.0 set for April 30, the social network announced the release of a tool to allow developers to preview how their applications will perform after upgrading.
Facebook is rolling out an update to its iPad application that features a revamped right-hand column (in landscape mode only), which now includes birthdays, events, Trending and a new My Games section, Engadget reported.
What is the future of online privacy? Pew Research Center and Elon University’s Imagining the Internet Center released a new study Thursday seeking answers to that question from experts, many of which mentioned Facebook in their answers.
Facebook indirectly confirmed Tuesday’s report on auto-enhancing photos uploaded via its iOS application with a post on its engineering blog Wednesday explaining the thinking behind the new feature.
PayPal vice president of growth Stan Chudnovsky will join Facebook in February as product manager of its Messenger applications, reporting to a familiar face: VP of messaging products David Marcus, who left his post as president of PayPal in June to join the social network.
Facebook added an Explore button to its recently introduced Rooms iOS application, and product manager Josh Miller said in an interview with Re/code that he remained unconcerned about the app’s low user figure.
With Facebook insisting that it will maintain its real-name policy, technology outfit Virtual Artifacts came up with a solution that combines the benefits of Facebook pages with the freedom of anonymity — its Social X application.