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- <strong>Facebook App</strong><br><br>
Push notifications were designed to let smartphone users stay updated on new postings, ranging from what has posted to their wall and new friend requests to new messages and events. But that’s not the case with the social-networking site’s mobile option. It’s not uncommon for the application to crash, too.
- <strong>Weather Channel App </strong><br><br>
If you’re expecting the Weather Channel application to update automatically, providing you with an up-to-the-minute accurate forecast, you should think about checking your local newscast for that information instead. HuffPostTech doesn’t advise you to use the app as your main source for an up-to-the-minute weather forecast.<br><br><br>
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