Instant Articles On Facebook for Android users


Facebook’s Instant Articles highlight, which permits clients to tap on connections in their newsfeed to in a flash open them, is presently live for iPhone clients around the globe, and it’s coming to Android not long from now. Facebook has discharged an open beta for Android clients.

Clients of the Facebook for iPhone application will now see a lightning jolt symbol toward the side of a few stories shared on their News Feed, demonstrating that those articles will stack ten times speedier when tapped

 To publish articles directly on the network’s new feeds for faster loading  Facebook teamed up with nine news publishers including BuzzFeed, National Geographic, and the New York Times, to launch the feature

Because Facebook hosts these articles directly in its app, instead of sending users to publishers’ websites it makes it

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The biggest update unveiled during Zuckerberg’s keynote is that Facebook Messenger is becoming a massive communications hub, where users will be able to do much more than chat with others via the service.


Developers can now add a Messenger button to third-party apps so the developer could be able to add a Messenger button within a movie ticketing service app, so after a customer makes a purchase, they could share those details and movie times with a friend on Facebook.

Immersive, 360-degree videos that work right in Newsfeed. The videos will run natively in Newsfeed and will be shot with 24 high-resolution cameras like the Samsung Gear VR and, of course, the Facebook-owned Oculus Rift would be seen in future most probably .


Software developer kit (SDK) was introduced by Facebook to support the growing influx of web-connected devices for the home, like smart garage door openers and refrigerator.The company will be opening its mobile app building suite, Parse, to web-connected devices to support the Internet of Things.









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