Instagram set to test new revenue model with badges and IGTV ads

Instagram is trying out IGTV ads and a few other tools that are said to be beneficial for the video makers on the platform. Content creators can simply earn money selling badges to viewers for $0.99 (per badge) during live…

Why Facebook buying GIPHY actually makes sense

Last Friday, Facebook revealed its acquisition over GIPHY, a web-based GIF search engine. Axios reports the deal to be worth around $400 million while Facebook keeps it a secret. Hence, Facebook will now keep its eye on all other GIPHY…

Facebook Avatars: Here’s how to create your ‘avatar’

Last year, Facebook introduced Avatars, which would let users create their custom replica. Now, Avatars is finally making its way to the US. If you are still scratching your heads — users can create and express themselves in the form…

Facebook now rolling out its desktop redesign with dark mode to users worldwide

In 2019, Facebook pitched an idea of redesigning its desktop site. It calls it “The New Facebook”, but it barely reached out to everyone. However, the company is now rolling out the feature worldwide. The new design from Facebook is…

Facebook brings new ‘care’ Reaction on its main app and in Messenger

Update: The Facebook Care Reaction is gradually hitting Facebook’s iOS as well as the Android app. The web version is getting the emoji as well. Some users have reported that uninstalling and installing the Facebook app helped them get it.…

Facebook launches Messenger Rooms, a Zoom alternative

Facebook reveals Messenger Rooms, an alternative to Zoom that gained huge popularity for video conferencing and chats the past few weeks by dint of the ongoing lockdown of COVID-19 pandemic in pretty much every part of the world. Although video…

Facebook is secretly seeing through your iPhone’s camera while you scroll your feed

If you are using an iPhone, Facebook, without your knowledge, is more likely making use of your camera actively while you are scrolling your feed. The issue came forward as a user Joshna Maddux took to Twitter reporting an atypical…

Facebook is paying people for monitoring their phone usage

Facebook is yet again paying people for monitoring their phone usage via a new app dubbed ‘Study’. This ‘Study’ app monitors the installed apps on an individual’s phone along with the time spent using those apps, the country the individual…

Facebook Messenger now lets you unsend your messages

Have you ever been in a situation when you wanted to delete any message that you sent to someone on Facebook Messenger but couldn’t? Being able to delete the message would be a big savior right? But now you can do…

50 million Facebook accounts’ data have been affected by hackers

How safe do you feel being on social media? If you are on social media than you must have posted, shared, and viewed different stuff on it. Here, we are specifically talking about Facebook and it’s quite worrisome knowing that…

Here’s how you could verify your Instagram account

Instagram now allows its users to request for verification badges. Getting a blue badge on the profile was unknown to everyone before but now one can get verified by following a step-by-step process. So whether it be a business or…

Facebook Messenger to come with a revamped and clean look

Facebook is coming up with a new and clean design for its messaging app, Messenger. The company revealed a teaser to show some unique changes and features of the upcoming new messenger update during its F8 conference held in California.…

Facebook releases new Messenger Kids for under 13s

Despite the fact that Facebook’s Messenger is currently used by millions of people worldwide, the safety has always been a concern, especially of our children’s. Seems like Facebook has figured it out. The social networking giant has officially unveiled the…