After its announcement in November last year the Instant game feature has only been available to users in the United States of America but the California-based Company has revealed that as from today the instant game feature on its Messenger’s app would be available across all Countries though the update will take a few weeks to be concluded this was confirmed by Facebook.
The instant game feature will also come with rich gameplay features as well as game bots which allow game makers call out functions like new levels and rewards. Additionally the selection of games has been expanded too, however, this depends on your location and the device you are using, it [...]
Facebook is rolling out new Camera Tools and introducing new Camera Effects Platform which will enable developers to build all kinds of AR tools. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg confirmed this by saying that: “The first chapter that made sense was to release products that people were familiar with . . . but the unique thing that we’re going to do is we’re not just going to build basic cameras; we’re going to build the first mainstream augmented reality platform.”
The new platform incorporates two creative camera tools namely Frame Studio and AR Studio. What Facebook said in a post Frame Studio is a web-based tool which enables anyone with a profile or Page to design frames for [...]
Facebook has launched Snapchat-inspired features camera effects and stories on its app which comes with interactive effects, filters and emojis and two additional ways to share the photos and videos. Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg said they launched the new tools to make it easier to share what users want with who they want. She further said that starting from this week when users open Facebook, they will see a new in-app camera effects loaded with masks, filters and interactive effects, and two new ways to share: Facebook Stories and Direct.
The camera icon now sits on the top left corner of the app and can also be used by swiping right on the News Feed. Facebook said in a blog [...]
Facebook is rolling out a new feature on Facebook Messenger Day called Shear Your Day that enables people to narrate the last 24 hours of their life in pictures on its messenger designed to self-destruct after 24 hours. This is similar to SnapChats designed to send self-destructing photos or videos, and Facebook is adding a bit of difference to it.
The question here is why this new feature Facebook is launching is very similar to Instagram Stories, Snapchat, etc. The feature has a share-your-pictures-and-videos-in-a-single-post-type feature is something other networks have introduced to their users before.
According to Facebook, They have seen billions of photos and [...]