Finally We have found a way to switch back to old Facebook from new Timeline interface. Many users have found the new timeline interface annoying. The new timeline interface is complicated and very cluttered. Old Facebook interface was much simpler and cleaner compared to Timeline. When Facebook rolled out this new interface they didn’t give users option to choose between the interfaces. After searching all over the web we have finally found a solution to switch to old Facebook. All you have to do is install an extension in your browser. The name of extension is TimeLineRemove. The extension installs quickly and gives you easy, two-click access to disabling Facebook’s Timeline view. You can download the extension by clicking here.
A security flaw allowed private photos of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to be downloaded from the social networking site and posted in an online gallery this week.
Fourteen photos of Zuckerberg, which appear to include images of him preparing food with his girlfriend and playing with his dog, were downloaded from Facebook and posted on the photo-sharing site Imgur Tuesday under the headline “It’s time to fix those security flaws Facebook.”
Facebook is reportedly planning to bring video calling to its Messenger app for iOS, reports iPhoneItalia.
The company has just released a new beta for developers the Facebook Messenger Beta where it is active – albeit in a rudimentary way – support for video calls. Currently, as you can see from the images presented, the interface consists of standard elements using the “Answer” and “Decline” to answer or reject a video call.
After answering, you will see a box where you can see the other user and his face and down the “End Call” to end the call. At present the new function is not stable and may require additional testing before releasing a public update that enables video calls to Facebook Messenger.
While the screenshots shown below could easily be faked, it does make sense that Facebook would look to expand the functionality of its popular messaging application.
Facebook has finally launched its much anticipated app for the iPad.
The site has created a launch page for the new app which can be viewed here. It’s just now propagating through the App Store so go check if it’s live for you yet.
This morning Facebook announced Timeline, a time machine like tool which allows you to look at everything that has ever happened in your Facebook lifespan. It’s like a story book of your life — or at least the online, documented parts.
Facebook said that Timeline would be on the way for everyone sometime in the coming weeks… which is great and all, for everyone else. But impatient is the new life. So here is a method using which you can enable this cool new feature right now.