Each time I buy a new smartphone and install Facebook on it, I immediately want to turn off the sounds that the app makes. I do not like hearing sounds each time I like someone's picture on Facebook, or when I leave a comment, etc. If you do not like Facebook's in-app sounds, read this tutorial to disable them. Our guide is both for iPhone, and Android users:
NOTE: First, we start with Facebook on Android. If you use an iPhone, scroll down to the second section of this tutorial.
Facebook makes an important move by replacing the Photo Sync feature from its main smartphone app with a new standalone app, called Moments. This will force users to download it, if they want to post their pictures to Facebook. This app promises an easier way to share photos but is only available on iOS and Android. You don't have it yet in Windows 10, Windows Phone or other platforms. How will this work?
In previous articles we talked about "revenge porn" and how to report it to Microsoft and Google - the companies making the two most used search engines on the web. But what if you are a victim of "revenge porn" and the images or videos that contain nude or sexually explicit materials with you are shared via Facebook? In the end, if people want to harm you, they can do an even "better" job using social media. Fortunately, Facebook has never been a friend of people posting such materials on their network. Here's how to report "revenge porn" to Facebook:
Facebook has now become an important part of our lives. It keeps us connected with family and friends through photos, videos and other types of information. If you want to keep your Facebook profile up-to-date with your latest pictures, as easy and as quick as possible, you should use Microsoft's Photo Gallery. Instead of opening your browser, connecting to Facebook, and uploading each photo, you can upload them really quickly straight from Photo Gallery. Here's how it works: