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Facebook is reportedly testing an in-app search engine

Facebook is testing an internal search engine for its mobile app, according to a report from TechCrunch. A few iOS users are seeing an “add a link” option next to the buttons to add photos, locations, and feelings. Users can search a keyword in the link function, and Facebook will suggest related news articles to post.

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Soldierone3305d ago

Yeah, and then in a month you will need a separate app to do it. Plus a separate app to post statuses. And a separate app for reading full posts.

masterfox3305d ago

no thank you I don't wan't anyone to know when I'm searching for some kitties.

I mean look at them there are adorable:

http://images4.fanpop.com/i...

DarkBlood3305d ago

I would care if facebook could fix this glitch where it randomly temporary locked myaccount despite there being nothing with it and when I try to confirm it after a security question it says no verification method available (how I knew it was a glitch in the first place * philishing website my ass*

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Here's how you can disable NameDrop on your iPhone and Apple Watch

Introduced in iOS 17.1 and watchOS 10.1, NameDrop is a novel feature that facilitates the sharing of contact information between nearby iPhones and Apple Watches by holding them together.

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iOS 17 beta 4 to ruined a couple of new iPhone 15 Pro features

As Apple has made iOS 17 beta 4 available to registered developers, a couple of iPhone users are observing several exciting modifications.

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Apple iOS 17, iPadOS 17 and watchOS 10 public betas currently accessible to download

Apple has rolled out the public beta versions of iOS 17, iPadOS 17, and watchOS 10, enabling users with a compatible device to test the most recent features.

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