Facebook App for Windows 8.1, Windows 10 Now Loads Faster, Gets Sticker Store
Many of the Windows 8 users have probably forgot for how long we had to wait for the official Facebook app to get released on the Windows Store. But it’s been here for a few good months and now we’re seeing it receiving a big update.
According to the official changelog of the Facebook app for Windows 8.1 devices, and also for those of you who are running the first preview of Windows 10, a few interesting things have changed. However, if you are on Windows 8, you won’t get these features, so you need to update asap if you haven’t done so already.
Facebook app gets updated for Windows devices with important features
The Facebook app has been updated with the following new features:
- Sticker Store
- Better Caching
- Delete/Archive Message Threads
- Post as Page Admin
- Message Received Sound
By ‘better caching’, you should read – faster loading times, which is definitely something Windows tablet owners have been looking forward to. Of course, a bunch of the traditional bug fixes have been issued, as well, so the app shouldn’t glitch as much as it did before.
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