This answer is from a public API point of view. Jailbreaking will obviously change this. The permissions are clearly from Android where apps have much more 'free' access to the device—this is what the permissions translate to from an iOS point of view for this site.
Allows the app to change the state of network connectivity
Not going to happen. Apps can ...
Open Safari › Preferences › Notifications
There you can remove objects permanently by selecting the notification you wish to delete and then either hitting the delete key or by using the remove button ('-') if it exists.
The predominant theory as to why the current Facebook app for iOS is so sluggish is that the app:
is poorly designed
The app uses very little native code, and thus most of your interaction ...
Initially, you had to have a developer account. Now anyone can download the font at https://developer.apple.com/fonts/ and install them on your system (using the font book app).
Now Sketch is satisfied and it won't give you any warnings about the missing San Francisco font.
The Facebook integration wasn't available when this question was asked - it was added in OS X 10.8.2 in September 2012.
To activate Twitter and Facebook sharing, you must first configure at least one Twitter and / or Facebook account via System Preferences -> Mail, Contacts & Calendars -> Add Account -> Twitter (or Facebook). Once you've ...
I'm sure there are many other methods but I will give you two simple examples here. And I will safely assume that you have access to the macOS Safari browser.
Go to the chat that contains the audio file you want on Facebook's Messenger Website.
Open the Develop -> Show Web Inspector
Go to the Network tab
Go back to the chat and press the "Play" ...
Apple has removed these logins for Twitter and Facebook. From https://www.axios.com/apple-removes-facebook-and-twitter-integration-from-ios-11-2433996734.html:
The bottom line: Now Facebook and Twitter will be treated like other apps, with the social networks forced to rely on the same iOS sharing extensions used by all those with whom they compete.
Honestly I don't see any benefit in removing the Twitter/Facebook libraries. It may break the installed version as well as lead to problems when upgrading to 10.8.1 etc.
If you want to be sure that nothing you do is ever ending up in Twitter or Facebook just don't log in to these services in Preferences.
The article is talking about the Android version of the app.
A number of these permissions are not available on iOS. And where they are available they require user intervention.
That said, the article is to a certain extent link bait.
Tap on AA icon on the top left and tap Request Desktop Website. Now go to the messages section and read your messages
Tap and hold the refresh button untill the below options come. Select the Request Desktop Site and boom just tap on messages button and check your messages.
Facebook video calling is not supported on Safari (and hasn't been for years).
Apple hasn't indicated they will support this nor has Facebook indicated they would change their code to accommodate Safari.
Your options are to provide feedback to Apple or Facebook, telling them you'd like this feature supported.
You cannot re-share posts from the iOS Facebook app.
You can re-share posts if you:
Browser to https://www.facebook.com/ in mobile Safari
Click the three bar icon in the upper left hand corner to bring up the side bar
Scroll to the very bottom of the side bar
Click the "Desktop Version" link at the very bottom of the side
This will give you the ...
This is currently not possible with the standard iOS calendar sync.
Signing in to Facebook on your iOS device and showing the events on your calendar will synchronise the entire calendar from the server on your device, including events to which you have not accepted. Calendar on iOS or OS X does not respect the response which you have given for the ...
In your URL bar instead of typing www.facebook.com type in m.facebook.com
This will give you the mobile site on your desktop. From there navigate to your messages and you will see downward arrow at the end of the audio clip. Click this and your audio will be downloaded to your default location on your computer, most likely your downloads folder.
Then go ...
This was covered by MG Siegler over at Paris Lemon last week, the explanation of how it does it is here.
Basically, iOS provides it's own Keychain functionality and if you know the Keychain key, then you can save and read data between apps that you write. In this case, the Facebook Camera app is reading data saved by the Facebook app.
I’m sorry to say that since you’ve upgraded to macOS Mojave you’re sort of out of luck.
Apple removed the built-in macOS Facebook and Twitter integration in the name of security.
Your main options are to manually share content via Twitter or Facebook directly, or with the use of browser extensions (although these won’t extend their functionality to Finder)...
Facebook will actively terminate your connection if you log-in from any other client like the Facebook web, or your mobile phone.
Even with just one client logged in, you should expect Facebook to close the connection anyway. This happens with everything I've tried, libpurple based clients (Admium, Pidgin on Linux...) gets disconnected now and then. Those ...
Unfortunately, the Facebook for iPad app does not allow this in the native app.
One way to do this on the iPad is to log into Facebook from Safari and share a post as you would from any web browser.
Another possibility is the Friendly Plus for Facebook app. I'm not sure if it allows sharing of posts, but it does say in the release notes for version 3.5.3 ...
There were some bugs in the FB app for notifications, but you should be able to disable the notifications on an app-by-app basis in at the iOS level from Settings -> General -> Notifications (or Settings -> Notifications ... I don't have an iOS 4 device handy to double-check).
If there is something FaceBook is good at, it's in bothering it's users :)
So make sure you've unchecked those items:
Make sure you've switched the Notification Center-slider to off and the Alert Style to none in such a way FaceBook is listed in the Not In Notification Center.
And if you go to Settings < FaceBook, make sure you're Push Notifications ...
There is an easier option. Go to the contact that has been merged. Click edit. Click the minus icon next to the Facebook card at the bottom of the contact. The two cards will spring apart and you will have two contacts. Hit save.
You can change vibration settings by opening the Settings.app and selecting the "Sounds" option. The two first options are "Vibrate on Ring" and "Vibrate on Silent". Turn these off to disable all vibrations. However, this will disable vibrations system wide for all apps, not just Messages.
To get as close as possible to disabling vibrations for just the ...