Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ:FB) on Thursday rolled out some software updates in which it announced that Android Messenger App, iOS App both got minor upgrades with improved messaging. The messenger interface can help the user to quickly see who is online or can do any other conversation easily. In updated version, now users can add or delete people and can edit the features of this section.
Facebook Messenger app can allow users on some Android phones to text through this app. Now this app is more secure and reliable, fixing bugs that occurred during multiphoto selections, device restarts, and also push notifications.
The updated app is available in the Google Play Store.
Facebook also rolled out new iOS application, Facebook for iOS 5.0.1, which is supported by iOS 6, will be released with Apple Inc. (AAPL)’s iPhone 5. According to social network, its new app for the iPhone and iPad was rebuilt to be quicker and easier to use.
Woobox Ties Business Terms with Facebook into Passbook Coupons
Passbook application is very helpful for physical stores to do their promotion by sending details directly to iPhone it will bring more traffic, so now companies can provide via Passbook, coupons through Woobox, a Facebook app developer. Woobox tied up with Facebook to support Passbook app for making ways for brands to integrate with Facebook within the mobile coupons.
Now brands that utilize Passbook to publish bargains can create their special Facebook add-ins, such users or customers can’t redeem the deal without liking the page first, or restricting the coupons to one per Facebook user.
The coupons also have special QR codes that can be scanned and redeemed in stores and this is available free of cost up to 50 passes per month through Woobox’s Coupons app.
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