6 Facebook-made apps worth checking out

6 Facebook-made apps worth checking out

When we talk about Facebook apps, the first thing that comes to mind is the Facebook app itself, and the Messenger app. But the company has also made a bunch of apps that can help improve your social media experience. Here are our top picks.

Free Basics

First up is Free Basics which is part of the Internet.org initiative. With this app, you can connect to Facebook and other websites for free with the help of partner telcos – Globe and Smart.

Download: Android


MSQRD lets you record video selfies with animations as well as Face Swap effect, just like with Snapchat. After recording, you can immediately send it to your favorite messenger and social networks. Like with Free Basics, this one is only available on Android devices.

Download: Android

Facebook Groups

If you’re dealing with multiple groups on Facebook, then this app can make things more organized. It shows your groups in a neat grid, and allows you to create a group for just about anything. From there you can post photos, links, or message anyone in the group.

Download: Android / iOS


Facebook Pages Manager

If you’re managing a Facebook page for a business or a publication, this app can help you do it on-the-go. Like with the standard Facebook app, you can post updates and photos, respond to comments, and reply to private messages. There’s push notifications as well as Page Insights if you want to get into the numbers.

Download: Android / iOS

Strobe for Messenger

Like sending GIFs to your friends? This app can help you do that. You can also choose from a number of effects to make it look more exciting, then just send it straight to your friend via Messenger.

Download: Android / iOS

Sound Clips for Messenger

Here’s another one to spice up your messaging. Sound Clips, as the name suggests, lets you send pre-recorded sounds and phrases on Messenger based on your mood and topic.

Download: Android / iOS

Got any suggestions? Let us know in the comments below.

This article was written by Louie Diangson, Managing Editor of YugaTech. You can follow him at @John_Louie.

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  1. Marcus says:

    Ngayon ko lang narinig yung iba.

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