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Paper 1.1 by Facebook na Área, aniversários e grupos

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O Paper do Facebook, apenas disponível na loja US, chegou na versão 1.1 com aniversário, eventos, fotos nos comentários, …

What’s New in Version 1.1
Thanks again for your feedback on Paper. We’ve been working to build features you’ve asked for, and we’re excited to share version 1.1. Here’s the scoop:

• Birthdays and events: Never miss a chance to celebrate! Just tap the notifications globe and scroll down to see important dates ahead.

• Photo comments: When words aren’t enough, now you can add photos to comments to show how you feel.

• Group updates: Don’t miss posts from your favorite groups. Swipe down to open the Main Menu. Tap the More Options icon to the right of the Search box. When you see your groups, check the new unread counts to catch up on the posts you’ve missed.

• New story buttons: To keep up with the latest stories in a section in fullscreen view, or to catch the newest stories in the next section, tap the new story arrows when they appear.

• More article covers: 9 new article covers join our collection, making easier to spot your favorite sources on Paper. Keep an eye out for Fox News, Bloomberg News, Mashable, FT, kottke, Popular Science, The Hollywood Reporter, Vanity Fair and Hacker News.

• Basic accessibility: All of your sections now support basic accessibility features, and we’re working to extend accessibility throughout the app.

As always, thanks for using Paper. We hope you enjoy this update and look forward to sharing even more improvements with you soon.

In case you missed the previous update, here’s what was new in version 1.0.2:

• Share articles via Facebook Messages, text message, or email
• Turn off sound effects and enjoy the silence
• Create stories in languages that use multi-stage input, including Chinese, Japanese and Korean
• Experience other improvements that make Paper even more reliable and—hopefully—that much more fun to use! (traduzir)

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