Make Special Notes with Facebook App is an application for taking notes and sharing them with Facebook friends.

To access the application, the only necessary step is to visit and use sign-in button whih forwards the user to Facebook log-in page.

A user needs to enter an e-mail and a password connected to his or her Facebook account and is ready to use the application. During the first sign-in process, a user chooses from two tariffs offers.

The first one is for free and allows a user to create one notebook and share it with friends on Facebook.

The second Premium Tariff costs only $2 per month and a user can enjoy application in a full version with all its advantages such as unlimited number of notebooks, uploading of files, or printing of notes in PDF version.


If free tariff is chosen, a user can upgrade to the Premium version anytime he or she decides to do so.

The content of application is easy to use. On the main page, there are notebook icons creating the notebooks. Inside the notebooks a user can create separate topics and lectures that are automatically numbered.

Also, there is a sharing button available which opens a page where a user chooses friends he or she wants to share the notes with. Moreover, he or she can check “allow contribution” next to the selected names that let the friends edit shared notes. Finally, a user can make the notes searchable by engines such as google as well.

Another way to access the application is by visiting its Faceboook page or downloading a native application from Apple App store. Last but not least important feature of is that is works offline; therefore, no internet connection is necessary.

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Facebook Messenger App will get Video Calling update soon –

Not so long ago, Facebook, the social networking giant released the Facebook Messenger application for smartphones so as to enable users to chat with others on its platform. By default, the app comes with a pre-installed chat option but there’s still a Messenger that was released with it – that Messenger is really better than the normal Facebook app. And now, as we’re hearing it, it seems that the messenger app will even become more useful than the normal facebook app as the news had it that Facebook is planning of integrating video calling feature into the Messenger app.

Facebook Messenger App with Video Calling

You should know that this is still in rumor, but there’s probability that it will be released soon. iPhoneiTalia claims that Facebook, has started the testing process of this video calling option before they can fully integrate it into the messenger app.

In the meantime, some months ago, Facebook joined with Skype, the popular VoIP and online chatting provider in order to provide the computer users of facebook to be able to chat with their friends and families via the platform. It works with most web browsers but this time, facebook is going to another length in order to provide users with smartphones to use video calling with their phones.

Also, the rumor claims that the new to be made available video calling feature will come useful for any iDevice with camera that is facing the front.

As at the time of this writing, no feature has been recorded whether the app will be released for Android or the Windows phone platforms.

We shall keep you updated as this news reached a stage.


How Facebook Phone Could Help Facebook Break Into Mobile Apps [VIDEO]

According to an unconfirmed reports, it now shows that Facebook is having a business partnership with HTC to develop a smartphone that has a much deeper social network integration more than any of the previous phones released by Facebook in history. The new facebook phone will feature more deeper social networking capability.,

On Friday, Mashable‘s Christina Warren joined CNN in Atlanta to assess the validity of the rumors. She also examined the potential advantages of a device with strong Facebook integration. Among other reasons, she pointed out that Facebook has a large app ecosystem that works well on the desktop but poorly on mobile devices. A deeply integrated device could help them bring Facebook’s apps to the mobile space — which is smart, given that users are spending increasing amounts of time using mobile apps compared to the web.

You can watch the full interview in the video above.