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Thursday, September 26, 2013
Facebook Now Lets You Edit Your Posts, Comments


The latest for Facebook for Android application released on Thursday will allow post and comment editing, with the mobile editing feature to also be coming to Facebook's iOS application soon.

With the change, Facebook for Android users can tap the down arrow on their posts and choose the "edit" option to make changes. They can also view a history of their changes.

The updated application also comes with Facebook's fun emoticon feature for visually updating friends on feelings, emotions, and activities.

In addition, the new Facebook for Android app brings with it the ability to create and share new photo albums.


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