Facebook's rolling out a handy little update that lets manage your News Feed better. It lets you see what pages or people you're seeing the most of in your News Feed, and banish the ones you don't like. Goodbye forever, Stupid Blog I Hate.
I thought one of the first things people do when they buy a smartphone is download the Facebook App for iOS or Android and just never look back. Turns out I'm wrong! Mark Zuckerberg says people actually use the Facebook mobile website more than Facebook apps.
There have been whispers that Facebook wanted to buy Instagram, but as that never went anywhere, Facebook now wants to kill Instagram. They're adding photo filters to their Facebook app.
Facebook just unveiled their Facebook for Every Phone app which will put a serviceable Facebook experience on even the crappiest of phones. I'm not kidding, Facebook for Every Phone will work on over 2,5000 different devices.
Apparently a new version of the Facebook iPhone app should be available later today and it'll bring a new feature called Places. The feature basically sounds like a check-in function similar to that found in Foursquare and Gowalla. [TechCrunch]
The Facebook app has gotten its iOS 4 facelift, with fast app switching and a few other goodies (Korean and Russian localizations, oh my!) making up the bulk of the improvements. There are also minor bug fixes and some higher-resolution icons. You can go ahead and pick Facebook 3.1.4 here. [Thanks, Casey!]
Facebook just updated their iPhone app, fixing bugs and allowing you to watch your friends' silly pets and imbibing feats, in video, right in the palm of your hand. That's nice, Facebook, but where's your iPad app? [iTunes]