Facebook the number one social networking platform is all set to come up with its own browser soon. The social media giant has succeeded in testing an improved in-app browser that would allow its users browse through their own URL should they want to check another page without leaving the application of Facebook.
From the past few years, Facebook was busy on providing all sorts of value added services like chats, messengers etc. However, it lacked a full-fledged browser that could mimic the services of the market leader, Google and Yahoo.
But now, the company has a new in-app browser which has the potential to tell how popular a post is, includes back and forward buttons, let’s bookmark pages, and has a menu button which likely includes a few more features too.
Currently, Facebook’s new in-app browser doesn’t have a tab support. But its founder Mark Zuckerburg has disclosed that the browser will get new features as soon as it rolls out next month.