Facebook Promises Huge Update for Windows Phone App
Facebook took to its own Facebook page for Windows Phone to announce a forthcoming update to its Windows Phone app. The revised app (v2.5) will include significant changes, such as threaded messaging, the ability to tag friends, the ability to delete posts and comments, active links in posts, an overhauled photo comment tool, and the ability to "Like" comments. Facebook said that the app is in the final stages of testing and will be delivered to Windows Phone handsets soon.
Instagram for Windows Grabs Huge Update
Facebook today announced three new apps for the Windows 10 platform, including a proper Instagram app for phones, and dedicated Facebook and Messenger apps for desktops. The Instagram app for Windows 10 Mobile includes features that have long been available only to the Android and iOS apps, including Instagram Direct, videos, the Explore tab, and more.
Facebook Users Can Now Comment On Posts with Videos
Facebook has made it possible for people to comment on posts, photos, or videos with videos of their own. Facebook says the idea was to "enable more engaging and immersive conversations." Comments now support videos, links, photos, stickers, and emoji.
Facebook Brings GIFs to Comments
Facebook today made it possible to share GIFs within comment threads on posts. Facebook Messenger has supported GIFs for some time; in fact, people share 25,000 GIFs in Messenger every minute, totaling some 13 billion GIFs in 2016.
Facebook Improves Search for Conversation Discovery
Facebook today is pushing an update to its search tool in order to make topics and conversations easier to find. The tool expands beyond the borders of users' immediate friends and family, and will search through all of Facebook to see what people are saying about any given subject or event.
Facebook to Delete Mobile Photos In Move to Force Adoption of 'Moments' App
Facebook has begun informing people that photos privately synced from mobile phones to the social network will soon be deleted. Facebook allowed people to automatically backup photos from phones to its servers and store them privately for a time.
Just for the record, I do understand that MSFT and Adobe don't really have partnership going, when it comes to development of apps for WP. Just pointed it out because, they did make an app and don't even support the damn thing.