The Music app in iOS 13.5 lets you share Apple Music songs on Instagram Stories or Facebook Stories in a manner similar to a feature in the Spotify app that permits their customers to share song titles as interactive stories. Follow along with us as we show you how to share Apple Music songs on Instagram Stories or Facebook Stories.
After adding cross-posting of Instagram Stories to Facebook three and a half years ago, the social networking behemoth is apparently testing a new option that would allow you to cross-post your existing Facebook Story as an Instagram Story with a click.
WhatsApp Status, an Instagram Stories-like ephemeral sharing feature, may soon let you republish your status directly to a story on Facebook, or send it to an app of your choice.
Doubling down on the Stories format, Facebook is now testing a new feature with some folks that would allow users to upload Stories from a desktop web browser on their Mac or Windows PC in an effort to push the ephemeral sharing feature to as many people as possible.
After testing it with a small subset of users in Portugal last month, Instagram is now widely rolling out a new feature that lets you cross-post your Instagram Stories to Facebook Stories.
Facebook has made a lot of unwanted changes to the mobile app in the last few weeks; unfortunately, because they refuse to list anything new in the App Store change logs, everyone who uses Facebook gets duped into installing the changes whether they want them or not.
One of the latest unpopular additions to the Facebook app is the Snapchat-like Stories feature, which appears at the top. If you don’t like Facebook’s new Stories feature, you can use a new free jailbreak tweak called NoMoreStories by iKilledAppl3 to get rid of it once and for all.
Facebook last week rolled out a Snapchat-esque Stories feature to all users of its mobile app. So far, most users seem to be ignoring these glorified auto-vanishing slideshows so the company is introducing some visual tweaks, possibly in an effort to boost usage of the feature.
As first noticed by The Verge, friends who aren't using Stories now appeared ghosted at the app's top as a bit of encouragement for the new feature.
Facebook has infamously ripped off Snapchat’s Stories feature wholesale with auto-vanishing slideshows on Instagram and WhatsApp, in addition to the similar recently introduced feature on Messenger, called Messenger Day. The social networking behemoth was recently caught testing Snapchat-like Stories feature in its mobile app. According to TechCrunch, the company has now begun a staggered rollout of Facebook Stories to all users worldwide.