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I can’t tell you how many times I get a strange or confused look whenever I mention that I’m not on Social Media. Even Kevin admitted his envy when he discovered that I’m not on Instagram, Twitter, foursquare, Facebook or anything else. In fact, he asked me to share my reasons about it on CrackBerry even though it’s not news.
I initially shied away from writing such an article but I know the strength of CrackBerry is in its community, and connecting to everyone here should always remain my priority. Before I start, I’d like to also note that BlackBerry’s CEO, John Chen, isn’t on any social media either — so to my comfort — I’m not alone.Continue Reading →
A new Facebook for BlackBerry 10 release is rolling through BlackBerry World right now and looks to correct some of the timeline woes people have been having with the app as well, it adjusts according to some of the recent Facebook changes. The release is noted as being v10.4.0.14 and we've got the change log for you.Continue Reading →
Developer Nemory Oliver, behind the Snap2Chat app, has been working on his next app, a native Facebook messenger app. In has been available to download via the CrackBerry forums in beta form. Now, after a few versions, Messenger is now ready for primetime and is available from BlackBerry World.Continue Reading →
Another Monday liveblog from Mobile World Congress is taking place and this time around, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is scheduled to give a keynote address. Zuckerberg is always an interesting one to catch as he's generally a fairly compelling speaker, so this should be good and if nothing else, at least interesting.
We don't really expect too much, if any, Facebook news but instead look for broader topics that have to do with the Internet, social connectivity and the world in general.
We're liveblogging this one starting at 6 p.m. CET — that's noon in New York and 9 a.m. on the West Coast. Join us!Continue Reading →
The news of Facebook acquiring WhatsApp for an enormous pile of money is front and center in the mobile communication industry today, and for good reason. Having watched WhatsApp grow from nothing into a cross platform winner over the last 5 years, quickly overtaking BBM and doing a darn good job of executing on a growth plan, I'm impressed with what they've done while I've been incredibly frustrated at how long it took BlackBerry to make the cross-platform decision. And while I was shocked to see the deal's valuation, I've taken some time to think about it rationally, and it might not be that insane.Continue Reading →
We posted how quick and easy it is to tweet from BlackBerry 10.2.1 and I was pretty surprised to see in the comments how many people had benefited from our tip. The same also applies to Facebook - so once again, using your BlackBerry 10 smartphone you can quickly bang out a status update without even having to go into the Facebook application.Continue Reading →
*Update* - Crisis averted. It looks like services are back to normal now.
If you're trying to avoid work and spend your Monday morning on Facebook, you may have noticed that things seem a bit fishy. Apparently Facebook is having issues and many users can't update their status, post comments, upload photos or Like posts.Continue Reading →
The Facebook app has received another updated today and now resides at version 10.2.2. This one brings some great tweaks for Facebookers including updated chat features, link previews and more. It's good to see continued updates for the bigger apps like Facebook and Twitter so we'll definitely welcome this one.Continue Reading →
If you're on a BlackBerry OS device and have a BlackBerry Beta Zone account then this is for you. Facebook for BlackBerry has been updated to v4.2 and it looks like it brings a lot of improvements as well as bug fixes. I actually really liked Facebook for BlackBerry as it had the to option to choose how often the feed would be update, something you don't see in the BlackBerry 10 version.Continue Reading →
Today Facebook for BlackBerry Smartphones has received an update based on plenty of user feedback and usability issues. Version 188.8.131.52 brings along various fixes and enhancements including easier access to the News Feed, a new look and feel for user profiles, as well as fixes for receiving and clearing notifications.Continue Reading →
While Facebook for BlackBerry 10 has received a few good updates as of late, we haven't seen much outside the Beta Zone for legacy devices. That all changes today as Facebook v4.1 is now available for devices running OS 5 to 7.1.
The update has in tow some long-awaited features including a refreshed profile design, photo tags and other enhancements.Continue Reading →
BlackBerry 10 users rejoice! Facebook has received another update today and this time has some great features in tow. The Facebook app on BB10 wasn't the greatest at launch, but with the last few updates it's starting to get much better.
This time around we get quicker newsfeed scrolling, a refreshed UI and best of all - Facebook Chat. The new features bring things up to speed and are a very welcome addition.Continue Reading →
The Facebook app has been trucking right along with update and the latest has just hit the BlackBerry Beta Zone. Version 184.108.40.206 is available now and features various fixes and improvements. The folks at the Beta Zone have been listening to feedback and have made some good changes in this update.Continue Reading →
Fancy a new Facebook beta for BlackBerry OS devices? If so, you can hit up the BlackBerry Beta Zone right now and grab v220.127.116.11. It's seemingly a larger update given the change log provided so if you've been having issues with the previous release, best to get it updated and share whatever feedback you can offer with the Beta Zone. Speaking of that change log, Facebook 18.104.22.168 includes the following improvements:Continue Reading →
Our good buddy Kris has been playing around endlessly with some leaked builds of BlackBerry OS 10.2 and had a fun discovery last night. His latest experiments are with OS 10.2.0.663 which features the Android 4.2.2 runtime - meaning there are a slew of Android apps that run with no tweaking or debug tokens needed. One of those apps happens to be Facebook Home.Continue Reading →
If you're looking to try out a new Facebook on your BlackBerry OS device, you can log into the BlackBerry Beta Zone right now and grab the latest update. After you download the beta, you'll be on v22.214.171.124 and it includes quite a few changes, especially to the news feed views, user profile and more. You can jump below to see the full changelog or head on over to the BlackBerry Beta Zone and grab the download.Continue Reading →
*UPDATE* - Regarding the version number, we double checked with BlackBerry and while this update shows as v10.1.0.106, there will also be another update rolling out that will bring the version up to 10.2.0 on BlackBerry 10.1 devices. It will still contain all the same changes as noted.Continue Reading →
Having been through some BlackBerry Beta Zone testing, the latest Facebook for BlackBerry is now ready for download from BlackBerry World. This release sees the app move into version 126.96.36.199 and adds a small handful of changes to the mix. We've got a change log to go along with the release, so here's what you can expect from it:Continue Reading →
The Facebook app has received another update and is available now in the BlackBerry Beta Zone. The update brings us to version 188.8.131.52 and includes various fixes and improvements. This one is for legacy devices (not BB10) and is available to all registered Beta Zone members.
Updates include:Continue Reading →
In the event that you could care less about Facebook, or just haven’t been following the news, yesterday was a significant day for the social media giant run by Mark Zuckerberg. They rolled out a new Android app, for lack of a better word, that takes over the home screen of Android and deeply integrates with the OS.
The "app" is called Facebook Home. There is no Facebook phone. There’s a very creatively designed Facebook experience that gets layered on top of Android, and can run on most Android phones. Facebook hasn’t forked Android. They’ve obviously gotten Google’s approval here, otherwise they’d not be able to use the Google Play store, or any of the Google apps. In other words, without Google’s blessing, they’d be in the same position as Amazon, who doesn’t ever speak of Android even though we all know they’re using it.Continue Reading →