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Facebook Gives Pages On Mobile A Sleeker Design

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Facebook has redesigned the way mobile users view pages. The company announced Tuesday that pages will take on a sleeker look, making it easier for users to like, message, call, as well as see if a business is open. Users can also easily see how many times they’ve checked into place-based pages. Those who manage Facebook pages can also easily switch from the admin view to the public view. This new design will roll out to iOS users Tuesday and Android users later on.

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GM Is Back On Facebook, But Is It To Make Fans?

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So General Motors is back on Facebook. Less than one year after its very public split from Facebook, right before the social network’s initial public offering, the old-school advertising behemoth is back and is looking to Facebook — specifically Facebook mobile — to help add luster to the launch of its new Chevrolet Sonic, aimed at young people. So why? And why now? What’s changed since May 2012? Has GM adjusted its opinion of the potential of Facebook as an advertising vehicle? Or has Facebook learned from the experience and figured out how to sell its advertising story to brands with deep pockets like GM?

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Facebook Adds Voice To Android, IOS Messenger Apps

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Facebook has been constantly tweaking its mobile applications, but the newest change may be one of the biggest additions — voice messaging. The social network released updates to its stand-alone Messenger apps for iOS and Android Thursday that include the ability to send voice messages. Facebook also announced that it is testing voice over internet protocol (VoIP) within the iOS version of Messenger — but only for Canadian users.

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