Polarity Technologies Ltd learned that at its first day of F8 conference recently in San Jose, California, Facebook has introduced a variety of new features and updates.
TechJuice has compiled some key takeaways from Mark Zuckerberg’s speech, which are surely big for Facebook and for everyone connected with it.
1: FaceDate — Facebook is introducing a dating feature which will let you make a profile that’s only visible to non-friends who have also opted into looking for love. Facebook will find your match based on all its data, and messaging will happen in a dedicated inbox.
2: Oculus Go Available for Sale — Oculus Go, Facebook’s cheap and capable standalone VR headset, is now on sale.
3: Facebook’s “Clear history” and App Review Process — Facebook is reopening its app review process. Also, is building “Clear History”, a new privacy feature allowing users to delete data Facebook has collected from sites and apps that use its ads and analytics tool.
4: Facebook Messenger is Getting a Clean New Design — The new app will reduce the plethora of buttons and tabs to just three sections. Meanwhile, Facebook is striving hard for the translation of chat threads in Messenger.
5: Instagram Gets New Features
Instagram is said to introduce at least four new features such as; group video chat, AR stickers, new “Explore” tab and integration with Go Pro another Facebook app.
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