Here's a rundown: Live streaming video apps have been a round for a few years, but the crazy really kicked off earlier this year with the app Meerkat, followed shortly by Twitter's Periscope, which allowed users to directly interact with their viewers.
Never one to be one-upped, Facebook introduced the ability to livestream video in August with a feature called Live, but it was initially only for celebrities.
Then, you’ll need to update to the latest version of the Facebook for Android app using Google Play.
Facebook frequently updates its apps to try and provide users with a smooth and fast user experience, but it seems that a recent release may be behind the crash.
Many took to social media in order to vent their frustration, but luckily it seems like there is a fairly simple way to fix your Facebook for Android app.
The i Phone app has had bugs that cause it to drain battery in the background, and it could be using up to 20% of your battery on Android.Here we go, list of different devices , places and etc, I bet you will laugh on seeing some as they just don’t make sense, LOL !Update status via Google Nexux 7 : HERE Update status via Play Station 3 #PS3 : HERE Update you status via Windows Phone : HERE Update status via Xbox Live : HERE Update status via Twitter : HERE Update status via Harry Potter: HERE Update status via Samsung Galaxy s4 : HERE Update status via Fifa 2012 : HERE Update status via Foursquare : HERE This will blow everyone’s mind for sure !Facebook users across the world were left without access to the social media site over the weekend after the Facebook for Android app stopped working.Users were confronted with the error message that “Facebook has stopped” when attempting to open the app, which appeared to affect Android customers.