Facebook’s Paper Gets Update: New Sharing Options, Sound Settings And More!

Share This Post

Facebook just issued an update to its news-feed app ‘Paper‘. The new Paper version 1.0.2 includes many nifty features and several improvements including those in the form of reliability and performance.

Major improvements in the new Paper are, now you can share articles via Facebook Message, text message or email. And Facebook also brought a new option to turn-off sound effect while using the app, so you can go through posts of your friends and family in peace.

New Paper also lets you create stories in other languages such as Chinese, Japanese and Korean.

Here are the release notes for Paper version 1.0.2:

What’s New in Version 1.0.2
We’re listening to your feedback and working to add features you’ve requested. Here’s what’s new in version 1.0.2:

  • Share articles via Facebook Messages, text message, or email
  • Turn off sound effects and enjoy the silence
  • Create stories in languages that use multi-stage input, including Chinese, Japanese and Korean
  • Experience other improvements that make Paper even more reliable and—hopefully—that much more fun to use!

As always, we appreciate your support. Please keep letting us know what you think.

Have you found any other improvements in Paper app?

Also Read:  Facebook Messenger Update Brings Instant Video Sharing And Bigger Thumbs Up



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Stories You May Like

Related Posts

14 Best AI Porn Generator Tools In 2023

The world of artificial intelligence is developing faster than...

Apple’s Indian Takeover: Tata Reveals Silicon Valley’s Finest Plan!

Tata Group, the Indian multinational company based in Mumbai,...

11 Best AI Clothes Removers 2023

The increasing popularity of AI clothes remover tools reflects...

4 Best AI Boyfriend Apps in 2023

In an era where technology continues to shape our...

India’s Warning: Deepfake issues shake Facebook and YouTube!

During a closed-door meeting, Deputy IT Minister Rajeev Chandrasekhar...

4 Reasons why VR and AR are bad for our mental health

As technology continues to evolve at an unprecedented pace,...
- Advertisement -