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Facebook Pages Manager Jumps From Version 2 To 5, Tries To Catch Up With The Primary App

A month ago Facebook Pages Manager hit the big 2.0 and brought in a white, new UI to celebrate. It looks like the app had so much fun growing old that it's changing its number again. But what good is skipping up one number when it can do three? So the app has now hit 5.0. Say hello.

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Facebook Pages Manager Hits v2.0 With A New UI, Plus iOS-Style Icons Just Because

The official Facebook Pages manager app is the best (and only) way to access all the features of your fancy business pages on the social network. The app wasn't great before, but v2.0 is completely refreshing the design. Oh, and there are some very iOS-ish icons, which I know you're all going to love.

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Facebook Went To Africa To Make Its Android App Faster, Slimmer, And More Reliable

As one of the world's largest advocates for web access in emerging markets, Facebook obviously cares very much just how well its own platform works on mobile devices in those markets. As such, Facebook sent a team of product managers and engineers to various regions in Africa to learn more about just how people were using the service, on which devices, and what the major pain points for the app were.

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[New App] Facebook Launches Its Own Snapchat Clone Called Slingshot [Update: It's Live]

There was once a time when sending a risqué picture meant coping with the possibility that it would be out there forever, then Snapchat happened along to delete those pics automatically (this does not constitute a guarantee). Now Facebook is looking to get in on the sexting* game with its own take on Snapchat called Slingshot.

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Facebook Updated To Version 10.0 With Ability To 'Like' Things Offline, Remove Tags, And More

Facebook's official Android app got an update today, bringing it to the nice, round version 10.0 mark. The update doesn't include any clarity for the app's interface (which, in many ways, is not dissimilar to a plate of spaghetti), but it does pack a few handy new tricks.

First up, the new app will allow users to "like" posts, photos, and pages without an internet connection. So if you're scrolling through your stream but don't have a data connection, no worries - just hit the "like" button and forget about it.

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Facebook Is Working On A Way To Share Music, TV, And Movies Using Your Mic On Android And iOS

In an effort to further diversify the content of status updates (which consist 115% of political arguments and babies being cute), Facebook is working on a way to help users share what they're listening to with others. No, the social network won't turn into a file-sharing site, but it should at least help friends give some attention to the same artists or performers you enjoy.

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[New App] Official Klout App Hits Android To Recommend Sharable Content That Will Make You Seem More Interesting Than You Actually Are

Klout has undergone some changes since the social impact tracker was acquired by Lithium Technologies a few months ago. The new mobile app is less about tracking your Klout number to carefully gauge your self-importance. It's basically another way to share content. The difference – this stuff is totally 100% guaranteed to resonate with your unique audience, or your money back.**

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Facebook Messenger Updated To Version 5.0 With A Built-In Selfie Cam, Video Uploads, And Quick Links For Photos And Voice Messages

Facebook's entry into the alternative SMS game has quickly reached its fifth release. This update doesn't contain a huge visual overhaul, but it does have some impressive new additions to the main chat window that will make it easier to send all your non-textual communications. The update should be live for everyone now - check the Play Store if you want it immediately, or just wait for the alert or auto-download.

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