The WWDC conference for Apple went off with a bang, and a flurry of amazing announcements were shared. Obviously, the big news of the day was iOS 6 as everyone expected. The new mobile operating system from the labs in Cupertino has a ton of new features. One of them is Facebook integration. This shows just how important the social aspects of technology have become. The new OS will brings deep Facebook integration to the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Here’s a breakdown of features that will make Facebook much easier to use on your iDevice in the future:
Additionally, this new integration will be coming to Macs as well.
Valve has sold and distributed plenty of titles through its Steam store, allowing gamers to have a central place to grab online games, access them from any compatible computer, connect with others, and get deals in the process. Steam hasn’t made all those features available to mobile users, but there’s an unofficial app that at least lets users monitor some activity from their Android device.
Steam for Android by IBF Programs puts “The whole Steam Community