In the run-up to Christmas, the social network announced a new feature to help users stay on top of their activities: the Facebook App.
It allows users to log in to Facebook and see the latest news, pictures, and videos from across the world, with the option to share and comment on the content.
The app is a bit of a game changer for the site’s users, who are now more than ever used to seeing updates and news from around the world.
But it’s also a big deal for advertisers, as Facebook will be able to reach more users with its app.
That’s especially the case if users are already on the site and aren’t using their real names, because they will now be able share content with their friends.
The announcement comes after Facebook’s ad revenue fell by $3.3 billion in the quarter, the biggest one-day drop in the company’s history.
The drop is likely to have an impact on the company as it seeks to regain some of the lost market share from Google, which it had lost to in the ad market.
It’s also worth noting that Facebook is still growing its userbase, with more than a million people now using the app each day.
But this isn’t the first time Facebook has announced a feature like this.
Earlier this year, the company announced a program that would allow users to add an extra layer of protection to their account to make sure their real name isn’t seen.
That added layer is called “authentication” and it works by requiring a “password” or “passcode” to access Facebook.
This can help prevent accidental or malicious activity on the service, as well as to ensure the accounts can be accessed without having to provide your real name.
Facebook also recently announced an update that will help users identify people who may have access to their personal information, as it’s now possible to flag them for removal.
These people are now able to opt in to receive messages from Facebook and be notified when a notification is sent.