More than 16 years have passed since Facebook was released, but the social media platform remains the most popular of its kind, and it will not lose the crown in the foreseeable future.
Facebook has evolved throughout the years, adding a wealth of new functions and features that keep more than 2 billion users active each month while new accounts are created each day. During the early days, membership was limited to students who attended Harvard and other universities, but the restrictions were removed in 2006.
Facebook app features
- Smartphone users can enjoy the Facebook app, which is optimized to offer an experience that is vastly superior in comparison to the mobile browser version. Here are some of the features:
- Find and add new friends with just a few taps. Reconnect with old friends and family members or forge new friendships.
- Share your favorite photos and videos without problems. Add pictures to albums to keep them safe and visit your favorite memories whenever you want. Invite friends to watch parties and enjoy video content together.
- Stay updated at all times with notifications that tell you when your friends share new posts and updates. Follow them to see the latest content as fast as possible and react with the help of a variety of GIFs, emojis, and stickers.
- Learn more about local event s that take place nearby, make reservations, or show your interest. Create plans and schedule meetings with friends seamlessly.
- Enjoy a large selection of built-in games that are available without the need to download a different app. Compete against your friends and climb through the leaderboards to show your mastery and skill.
- Want to know the hottest news related to your favorite brands, artists, and personalities? Like and follow their official pages to learn more about them.
- Find a business, check their schedule and consult the reviews before you decide to visit them.
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Carter Wetlaugher is just getting his start as a journalist. Carter attended a technical school while still in high school where he learned a variety of skills, from photography to coding. Apart from being a contributor to the site, Carter also helps Tech Life up and running, he also keeps our social media feeds up-to-date.