The Hidden Facebook App – Finding The Lost App You Didn’t Mean To Hide

 

In the short time Facebook has been around, it’s gone through many significant changes. If you laid your eyes on the Facebook of 6 years ago, I daresay you’d barely be able to recognize it. These updates have seen features come and features go, but there’s one feature that’s been around almost forever, and is fortunately still available today: the ability to hide apps and even people from your news feed.

 

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SociableNow: Make calls easily from a link or QR Code and gain analytics

How great would it be to have a QR code or Link on your website for people to quickly speak with you over the web or phone? Ridding of the annoying pop-up chat box and adding a more humanized way of connecting by actually being able to voice chat with a… human.

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You Can Now Add & Edit Local Maps In The UK With Google Map Maker

 

Britons can finally be a part of the community effort that goes into improving Google Maps as Google Map Maker opens up in the UK. Up until now, if you were in the UK, you could suggest improvements to Google Maps but not add any details like addresses, roads, trails etc. Now, anyone can log in and contribute to making maps across the UK (along with Isle of Man, Jersey and Guernsey) more accurate.

 

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Twitter Brings Trends To Over 160 New Locations

 

Twitter has introduced its Trends feature to more than 160 new locations, including countries that have never had the feature before. In addition to a new wave of countries, more than 130 cities that reside within countries that already had access to Trends can now also display specific local trends for that urban area.

The Trends feature analyzes incoming Tweets to work out what people are talking about on a global, national and local scale. Newly added countries include Belgium, Greece, Kenya, Norway, Poland, Portugal, and Ukraine; however, Twitter hasn’t released its list of newly supported locations in full.

 

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