Aug 19, 2016 · The answer is Lifestage, a standalone iOS app for people 21 and under, which Facebook is launching today. It asks for your happy face, sad face, …
If you’ve never heard of Lifestage, you’re not alone — Facebook launched the app quietly last year and it never topped the charts in the App Store. Lifestage was a social network designed
Facebook’s ‘Lifestage’ app for teenagers is a ‘huge concern’ say internet safety experts. Facebook’s latest app boosts the use of videos for user likes and dislikes
The app no one knew about it is no more. Lifestage, an app launched less than a year ago by Facebook, was quietly discontinued last week—but no one noticed until Tuesday. The app was intended to
Facebook has launched a new social media app aimed at school teenagers. Members of Lifestage, currently only available on Apple devices in the US, upload pictures and videos based around feelings
That’s why Michael Sayman, Facebook’s 19-year-old product manager, created Lifestage, a teens-only iPhone app that encourages high-schoolers to create video profiles and share them with their school network. Lifestage doesn’t require a Facebook account to sign up.
Facebook got rid of its teen-focused Lifestage app last Friday, while the dedicated Groups app will be discontinued by September.
Facebook has launched a new Snapchat competitor app Lifestage, geared specifically toward teens. Find out what it does, plus how to get and use the teen-centered video-posting app, here.
Facebook releases Lifestage, a mobile app focused on photos and videos for high school-aged users. Facebook Is Taking a Different Approach With Its New App for Teens Subscribe