Facebook is even more desperate to have a presence in China than we thought.
The social network has been secretly testing a photo sharing app in the country, according to a new report in The New York Times.
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The app, reportedly called "Colorful Balloons" is apparently a Chinese version of Facebook's photo-sharing app, Moments . The app, first released in the U.S. in 2014, allows friends to make group albums to privately share photos from their phone.
Unlike the U.S version, which requires a Facebook account, Colorful Balloons uses WeChat — the messaging app that's nearly universal in China. Users can also share photos via QR codes, which are extremely common in the country. Read more... More about Tech , Facebook , China , Social Media , and Apps And Software