Facebook has released a new version of their mobile app for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, the latest version of the app is Facebook 10.0, and it comes with a range of new features.
One interesting new feature is the ability to create a post when you are not connected to the Internet, the post is then saved, and automatically posted to Facebook later on when you have an Internet connection.
Last month Facebook announced that they would buy Oculus Rift maker Oculus VR in a deal which is worth around $2 billion.
Oculus Rift started out as a Kickstarter project, and the company has come under quite a bit of criticism after announcing the Facebook deal, with some game makers pulling out of the project.
Once attempting to become an alternative to the extremely popular Snapchat mobile app, Facebook’s Poke application has been removed from the iOS App Store and the removal has been confirmed by Facebook representatives. Likely due to a lack of users, Poke was widely panned at the December 2012 launch and basically failed to pull users away from Snapchat. While Facebook engineers touted that the company only spent twelve days developing the application, a lack of continuous updates partly contributed to the failure of the application.Â
In addition to the removal of Poke, Facebook has pulled the Camera application from the App Store, despite leaving the landing page for the app active. However, the need for this application has dwindled since identical features are currently found within the core Facebook mobile application. Features that were added to the Facebook mobile app included sharing multiple photos at once, adding filters to alter the appearance of the photos and a more complex tagging system to tag all your friends and family in uploaded pictures.