An article published on The Verge on Wednesday says that “friends” are now available on the Facebook app for the Samsung Galaxy S8, and that users will be able to share and comment on their friends’ posts and photos.
The article doesn’t say when or how this will be available, but it’s possible the feature could arrive sometime in the next few weeks.
Facebook already lets users share photos with friends on the app, and the company has also recently launched a feature called “Instagram Live.”
This feature allows users to post photos from the app in addition to Facebook Live, and allows users on the platform to automatically tag their friends.
Facebook is also working on its own mobile app for Android, and it will likely be launched sometime this year.
Facebook’s mobile app is expected to be released sometime in 2016, so this feature could be coming soon.
Instagram Live is a feature that allows users post photos to Instagram in addition for the app to automatically include the photos on their feed.
Facebook will also be rolling out a new feature to its Facebook Messenger app.
This new feature lets users create an Instagram account and share photos to it.
Instagram users can also tag their Instagram friends, which can then automatically add their photo to the feed.
Instagram’s Instagram Live feature was originally introduced in September of this year, and users could see the new feature in a few weeks time.
Facebook also announced it will be adding its own messaging app to its mobile platform.
The new messaging app, WhatsApp, will be launched this year with a free tier that will let users send and receive text messages, video calls, and chat.