Better communication between applications will improve the mobile experience. In the past several months, Google, Apple and Facebook have announced deep-linking initiatives that vary based on company goals. In this article we’ll discuss the motivations behind them and a brief technical overview of each solution.
Not a fan of the new Facebook ticker, but also not a Google Chrome user? Fear not: These two Firefox extensions will get that offending component out of your sight.
Here’s a Google Chrome extension that will take Facebook’s ticker right off your screen.
A Facebook like button has been available as an add-on to Chrome for two months, without any formal announcement of it by either of the two respective companies.
People who host WordPress blogging software on their own servers can use Fat Panda’s SharePress to post content to Facebook.
Chrome extension Jotpop lets Facebook users ask friends for introductions to other people.
When Google chrome was first released publicly on September 2, 2008, it quickly gained market share of 1% despite the ongoing development of other browsers and the dominance of Firefox & Internet explorer. But the real surge started with the beta launch of its extensions gallery a couple of months ago in December 2009. Barely in 8 weeks, the extensions have grown from 300 to over 2000+ and are contributing to Chrome’s rising share.