Now that we have entered the post-CES period of 2015, a time that we consider to be the true beginning of the year, we wanted to check in and remind you that there are plenty of ways to keep up with Droid Life throughout the next twelve months and beyond. Our social game has spread to almost everywhere it can these days, so if one network doesn’t work for you, there is a good chance we are on another that does. From Twitter to Facebook to Google+ to Pushbullet, you should have no trouble keeping up with us.
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Ever have the urge to plaster stickers over a photo before sending it to a friend? With Facebook’s new Stickered for Messenger app from Creative Labs, now you can. (more…)
Facebook is rolling out an update to Android devices, one which brings a new Trending section to the application. If you had not already noticed, a big Trending section is placed on the right side of the Facebook homepage, and now, it’s on your phone. (more…)
A revised Slingshot app has been published to Google Play, after the team at Facebook decided to go back to the drawing board following much feedback received from users.
In a blog post, the Slingshot team stated that when updating an application, it’s not only about what you add to the app, but what you remove. “We understand that improving a product isn’t only about what you add, but about what you remove, so we made a simpler, cleaner, more fun Slingshot.” (more…)
Facebook caught a lot of flack for divesting Messenger from its app a few months back, but that apparently was not enough to deter the company from doing more of the same. Today, Facebook announced a standalone Groups app. (more…)
According to Korean media outlets, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg recently held meetings with Samsung to discuss future projects. Concluding as a “win-win” meeting for both parties, it is being reported that Facebook may have found its next hardware partner in Samsung. (more…)
According to two sources briefed on the company’s plan who spoke to The New York Time, Facebook is readying its own anonymous chat application. To combat the likes of Whisper and Secret, Facebook’s application would allow users to share and chat privately, not tied to their actual FB account for the world to see.
There is a new instant messaging app available for Android users, brought to you by the same folks who gave you what some may call the greatest photo sharing application of all time. Instagram, which was purchased by Facebook last year, has announced and released Bolt, a new message/picture sharing application aimed directly at Snapchat. (more…)