Security technology company MyPermissions announced the launch of Online Privacy Shield 3.0 for iOS, which provides users with information on which applications are accessing their personal data via Facebook and other social networks and online services.
Updates to Facebook’s Trending feature are trending on the social network Wednesday, as the feature is now available via Android for mobile users (with iOS “coming soon”), and trending topics are now divided into up to five different sections.
SocialCode, a Facebook Strategic Preferred Marketing Developer, released a new report aimed at helping brands use Facebook advertising to promote awareness and continue the process all the way through to driving sales.
All of the news that’s fit to divide into 52 Facebook posts? The New York Times took that approach with Thanksgiving recipes, creating posts for the 50 U.S. states, as well as Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico, based on recipes that it felt defined each location.
With the holiday shopping season about to blast off and Small Business Saturday on tap this weekend, Facebook offered five tips for small and midsized businesses that are using the social network for marketing purposes.
Facebook appears to have tweaked the status update interface in its iOS application, moving the functionality for tagging friends, adding activities from structured status updates and checking in to buttons located at the top, adjacent to users’ profile pictures.
Facebook-owned cloud application platform Parse announced Monday that it is providing a way for developers to incorporate A/B testing into their apps’ push notifications with its introduction of Parse Push Experiments.