What if you could send your friends and family the latest news and events on Facebook?

What if you could send your friends and family the latest news and events on Facebook?

A company called Fidelity Communications has unveiled a system that lets you keep tabs on your Facebook friends, track their location, and even give them access to updates about events on their news feed. 

The news app is also designed to let you share with your Facebook family, as well as with friends in the UK, and users in France. 

You can tap on a friend to send them an update, and then tap the ‘Send’ button to send a text message to them.

Fidelity has made the app free for everyone, and it’s currently only available in the US. 

There’s a catch though, because Facebook doesn’t want you to keep tabs for more than 24 hours.

“To be completely clear, you can only keep a maximum of six friends on Facebook at any one time,” a Fidelity spokesperson told TechRadar.

“We are not limiting your ability to share with friends and families.

However, Facebook does require users to have a Facebook account to send and receive messages, so we are not able to give you access to their friends.”

Fidelity has released the new Facebook app on iOS and Android, but there’s still no word if anyone has tried the app on their own devices.

Fellow tech news site The Next Web has also spotted the news app, and has tested it on an iPhone.

This app will let you keep a record of your Facebook contacts, so you can track their whereabouts in real-time. 

Facebook, Fidelity, and other tech companies are currently testing a new way to let people share updates on the social network with their Facebook friends.

You can check out the new news app here.

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