Facebook today updated its iOS app by introducing a couple of new features and important changes. Version 6.2 now lets users update their status with ‘what they are feeling’ and also allows one to change the privacy setting of each post before publishing them. Also Read - Samsung reportedly rolling out Android 4.4 KitKat update for Galaxy Note 3 in India
The ‘what are you feeling’ action status on Facebook has become quite the rage recently, with users continuously updating on how they are feeling, what they are reading or what they are listening to. This feature has now been made available on iOS devices. Also Read - Now send messages via Facebook Messenger to contacts who are not your Facebook friends
In addition to the above, one very welcome feature is the ability to change privacy settings of each post before publishing it on Facebook. To change the setting, you can click on the downward next to any post, and choose who you want this post to be visible to. Lastly, the update now lets users start a new conversation from any photo that you get inside ‘Messages’ by tapping and sharing to ‘a new message’.
You can download the latest version of Facebook for you iOS devices from the App Store.