Friday, May 7, 2021

More Sharing Comes to Facebook With New Apps

ABC News/Associated Press: On Wednesday, Facebook unveiled more than 60 new apps for the social network that will automatically post content to users’ timelines. The “frictionless sharing” apps report users’ interactions with various services–for example, songs they have listened to, articles they have read, etc.–without requiring users to do anything beyond an initial signup. The latest group of apps includes offerings from Ticketmaster, Rotten Tomatoes and Pinterest.

Facebook expects developers to create thousands more of these apps in the coming months.

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