Hacking facebook account has been trending recently.Facebook is one the most secure website out of the series of websites available worldwide. As secured as this website is, it is possible to hack it using the appropriate Facebook hacking app. Previously, we did publish some helpful guides on How To Delete...
Updated on: August 19, 2019 | Initially Posted on: July 5, 2017Over the past few months, Facebook have made it more thorough for users to access or modify the settings of their account by simplifying the UX and re-arranging the menus under "Settings and Privacy" on its mobile platform....
Updated In this tutorial, we will be teaching Facebook users how to download or save the video they watch on Facebook Lite to their Android phone without using any third-party apps. By following the guidelines below, you will be able to directly download videos you watch on Facebook Lite to...
There are many Facebook tricks and codes, today we will be sharing how you can tag names of your friends to your Facebook group posts, pages and comment on any mobile browser i.e Opera Mini, UC Mini, Chrome e.t.c. You don't need to have a PC, Facebook Messenger or Facebook...
The social network giant, Facebook, has foray deeper into the hardware sector by launching its first home communication device, Portal and Portal+. These are here to compete with Amazon Echo's and Google Home's product that offer the same service. The Portal has a 10-inch WXGA (1280x800) touchscreen display, while the...
Facebook Lite for Android is a miniature light version of Facebook main app that was initially introduced in some Asia and Africa regions in 2015, but since then it has been made available for other regions including the U.S and U.K. Sometime ago I shared how users can download...
Facebook will soon be getting a dislike button according to a new report reaching us today. Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, while being interrogated in a Q&A session made it known that the "Dislike" button won't work in Reddit-style of downvoting, downgrading or upvoting of post, but rather as a...
Facebook has dive into a personalize help service by announcing a digital assistant called "M". Digital assistant service is not something new as we have seen some firms implemented it long before now in which Siri of Apple and Cortana of Microsoft were included. However, this is our first...
Facebook has announced that starting from today username and password will no longer be required to use Facebook Messenger on both Android and iOS platform. The firm made this known via its blog post released earlier today. The new update will begin to rollout in Canada, United States, Peru, and...
Using Facebook app on a smartphone can be frustrating for low-end phones and the data it consumes  is very horrible. The app is not light either as it consumes precious storage available on the phone. The good news for Android users is that Facebook has launched a lite version of...
Most people spend half of their time on Facebook to stay connected with their friends and loved ones, but that's not all. You can as well get latest updates about what's happening around world in real-time, play games, join discussions that pertains to your interest and share updates, but...
As Thanksgiving holiday is drawing near in the U.S, Facebook has come up with a new service that's specifically meant to enhance the spirit of the holiday. The new feature called Say Thanks, is a personalized video cards that can easily be created and share with friends and loved...
Facebook moved Wednesday to bolster the trust of its more than one billion users by providing new controls on how much information is shared on the world's leading social network. In a major shift away from the notion long preached by Facebook co-founder and chief Mark Zuckerberg of...
A computer worm that has traditionally targeted the financial industry has set its sights on social networking, recently stealing over 45,000 Facebook login credentials, according to security firm Seculert. In a statement, Facebook said the majority of the login credentials were outdated, but it was still notifying the affected...