Someone at Facebook Inc. must have decided that they would like to be nice to users who access their services from unnecessary smartphones and tablets. Strange because, as the latest figures supplied by the company say, 66% of advertising revenues today come from the mobile world.
Yet, after the questionable move of making …
Someone at Facebook Inc. must have decided that they would like to be nice to users who access their services from unnecessary smartphones and tablets. Strange because, as the latest data provided by the company itself say, 66% of advertising revenue today comes from the mobile world.
And yet, after the questionable move of making a second app, Messenger necessary to download, to continue chatting with friends (Mark Zuckerberg himself felt compelled to explain), the suspicion of having irritated mobile users could even touch them. Just look at the flood of negative reviews received on the App Store.
Instead, the management of the apps in Menlo Park continues in the name of arrogance. The last example? Information on updates. For some weeks now Facebook has decided not to let users know what the updates contain, putting in place of the classic information on the problems solved or on the improvements made a generic message and always the same.
In conclusion, they don't even bother to let us know what we're going to download. Too bad, because no one asked who knows what creative effort (see below witty info about apps like 8Tracks, for example), even a simple "bug fix" was enough …