All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘facebook developers’

Facebook’s Mobile App Install Ads Can Now Target Specific Versions Of iOS, Android

In October of last year, Facebook unveiled mobile app install ads. These ads allowed app makers to go directly after mobile users by directing them to their Google Play or Apple Appstore pages. Now Facebook is giving advertisers and app makers even more options when targeting mobile users. The biggest change to mobile app install ads addresses a major problem …

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GDC 2013: Facebook Unveils Games Developer Center

Facebook games are currently in the middle of a transition from Web to mobile. Both are still very viable markets, however, and Facebook wants to make sure game developers have all the tools they need to succeed on both platforms. At the annual Games Developer Conference, Facebook announced the launch of the Games Developer Center. Much like its regular Facebook …

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Facebook Releases SDK Updates For Android And iOS

Facebook has recently updated its Android and iOS updates to include a number of useful features for users. To compliment those releases, Facebook is also updating its Android and iOS SDKs to make developers’ lives easier. The Facebook SDK for iOS has been updated to version 3.2.1. As the version number suggests, the latest updates is mostly about bug fixes. …

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Developer Tips On How To Get The Most Out Of Facebook’s New News Feed

Facebook unveiled its new News Feed today, and some users are already getting to play around with it. Developers will be pleased to know that the new News Feed has the potential to make their content more engaging, but it will require a few changes on your part to really have an impact The first thing you’ll notice about the …

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Facebook Updates Its Developer Payment Policy

Are you a new developer hoping to cash in on Facebook games? If so, Facebook has made some recent changes to its developer payment registration that you will need to be aware of. As part of its weekly Operation Developer Love update, Facebook says that it has updated its policy for developer payment registration. The social network says that any …

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Facebook Rolling Out Fixes To Page Insights Reporting

Insights are a huge part of the Facebook developer’s life. As such, the social network has been consistently improving the product with new features and fixes. The latest fixes are coming after an extensive engineering audit. Facebook announced today that it has discovered a number of bugs that impacted Page Insights impression and reach reporting. Facebook is now in the …

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Facebook Adds Search Results Tab To App Insights

Over the past few months, Facebook has added a number of metrics to App Insights. It’s invaluable data that allows developers to analyze where traffic is coming from, and where they can capitalize on said traffic. Now Facebook is adding a new metric that may prove very important as Graph Search gets into the hands of more people. Facebook announced …

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Facebook Gets API Error Notifications

In November of last year, Facebook introduced Developer Alerts to help developers know when something goes wrong with their app. The original alerts only covered breaking changes, app status changes and policy violations. Now Facebook is adding another important aspect of the development platform to it. Facebook announced today that Developer Alerts will now include API error notifications. When encountering …

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Facebook App Center Gets New Game Categories

Facebook’s App Center launched in May of last year, and has already proven successful in driving more installs than the old games dashboard. Now the social network is adding more discovery options so even more developers have a better chance of being spotted by players. Facebook announced that it was adding new and updated game categories to App Center to …

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Facebook Login Can Now Keep Kids Out Of Your Age Restricted App

Do you operate an age restricted app or Web site? Do you wish you could use Facebook Login while keeping underage users out? If you answered yes, Facebook has just the thing for you in this week’s Operation Developer Love update. Facebook announced that Open Graph has now been updated with age range. The feature has been available for apps …

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Facebook Details App Discovery In Graph Search

Facebook became the center of attention this week with its Graph Search announcement. The new feature allows users to search for people, places and things within Facebook using a variety of parameters. It will no doubt benefit the end user, but how will developers make the best of it? In its weekly Operation Developer Love update, Facebook said that developers …

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Facebook Modifies Its Public App Metrics Reporting

Facebook may not be at CES, but the social network is busy readying its own announcement for next week. We don’t know what the company will be announcing, but it has one announcement this week to tide you over. In its weekly platform update, Facebook announced that it is changing how its API reports public app usage metrics. For the …

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