by Brent Dirks
May 14, 2014
Facebook has just updated its mega-popular iOS app to version 10.0. Easily the biggest improvement is an offline mode. Users can now create a post when their connection is weak, or if you’re in airplane mode. The update will be sent when the connection gets strong enough. Here are the other changes:
Review what your post will look like and choose whether to remove any suggested links before sharing what you’re reading, watching or listening to Improvements to make News Feed load faster, especially on older phones and tabletsA universal app designed for the iPhone/iPod touch and iPad/iPad mini, Facebook can be downloaded now on the App Store for free. As we reported earlier today, Facebook is testing out contextual content for users of the iOS app. Currently, a small amount of users see contextual cards after they post a status update on the social network. For other app news today, see: A Multiplayer Flappy Bird Will Return To The App Store In August, Laugh, And Sweat, While Losing Weight With The Updated Carrot Fit, and Evernote Makes Meetings Even Easier With A New Presentation Mode.