There are times when you want to post something, be it a text or an image, on your Facebook profile, but you’re unable to do so due to lack of internet.
This can be quite annoying at times, especially, when you write your entire status update or upload a photo and find out that your internet or coverage is gone. Don’t be bother now as Facebook has released a new update for its Android app that brings offline publishing feature.
Offline publishing? How will it work? Well, it’s pretty simple. If you don’t have coverage or internet connectivity at the time of writing an update on Facebook, all you have to do is publish it. The next time your smartphone connects to the internet or when you will disable the flight mode, if enabled, it will automatically push the update to your Facebook profile without you having to write or upload the image again.
There’s nothing more to it except a few bug fixes and improvements. Although it doesn’t mention the list of bug fixes or enhancements, we’re hoping the social networking giant fixed the app crash issue.
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