Facebook Offers iOS 6 SDK to App Developers
Facebook today released the Facebook SDK 3.1 for iOS. This new set of tools for developers will give them the ability to customize their own Facebook apps for the iPhone 5 and iOS 6, which has native support for Facebook built into the platform. According to Facebook, the SDK has pre-built user interface controls that help app users pick friends or places, more easily add profile pictures, and login easily through with their Facebook credentials. The SDK also provides developers with session management tools, improved API support, ad analytics, and support for all iOS versions. The Facebook SDK for iOS can be downloaded for free.
Facebook Adds Fun Tools to Photo Uploader for iOS
Facebook has updated the photo uploader in its iOS app and given users the ability to make creative edits as they go. The new uploader lets people preview and apply filters by swiping left and right, easily add text, and plaster images with stickers from the Facebook sticker store.
Facebook Messenger Adds Video Clip Feature
Facebook has pushed out an update to its Messenger application for both Android and iOS and added several new features. The most significant new feature is the ability to record and send 15-second video clips to other Facebook users from within the app itself.
Facebook Brings Suicide Prevention Tools to Messenger and Live
Facebook today outlined several new initiatives it has put in place to help those who may intend to harm themselves. The actions follow a commitment made last month by Facebook CEO mark Zuckerberg to do more to help those in need.
Facebook Intros Anonymous Login
Facebook today announced several changes to its login tools. The first is called anonymous login and will allow people to log into apps using their Facebook credentials, but without sharing any of their personal data with the app in question.