Facebook tab application developer Tabfusion rolled out an app earlier this month that allowed Dropbox users to add single Dropbox galleries or galleries with subfolders and photos to their Facebook pages. Tabfusion followed that up with another tab app, this one aimed at users of portfolio and website service RetinaFolio, which is built on top of Dropbox.
Cloud storage service Dropbox introduced the ability for Facebook users to share files within groups last September, but page administrators could not bring similar functionality to their pages until tab application provider Tabfusion stepped in.
Facebook tab application provider Tabfusion is developing a real eye for talent with its latest offering, appropriately dubbed Talent, aimed at talent agencies, modeling agencies, studios, photography agencies, and similar businesses.
Facebook tab application provider Tabfusion is mapping the way for its clients to add Google Maps to their Facebook pages, introducing a Google Maps application and a contact form app that offers the option of adding Google Maps.
Facebook tab application provider Tabfusion took its integration of Pinterest and Facebook one step further with the release of its latest tab app, Pinboard, which allows page administrators to create Pinterest-style promotions for their Facebook pages.