With half of its overall traffic now on mobile, Facebook is putting more time and resources into to making sure its main app isn't as buggy for users as it was in the past
According to the company, its New York-based team of mobile engineers have been able to cut the crash rate on iOS by 50% over the past several weeks after catching a long-term bug that was messing with the app.
The announcement comes as the company is forcing users to download a standalone Facebook Messenger app, removing the ability to send messages to friends and family within its existing app. (This has been a sore subject for many.) Read more...More about Facebook, Apps, Security, Tech, and Apps Software