Facebook has introduced a “share” button to its mobile site. The feature, which shows up on newsfeed posts alongside “like” and “comment” buttons, lets users post a link or photo to their own profiles, and gives them the option to add a comment. Like the desktop version, they can also choose to share with specific “audience” and “friends list” groups. Long-requested by mobile users, sharing capabilities will soon come to iOS and Android apps, Inside Facebook reported. “The company said there was no technical hurdle that made a share button difficult to implement on mobile,’” the website said. “Facebook simply never made it a priority.” Read the full story at Mashable.
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