Facebook’s 200 million active users will soon be able to share their status updates, photos and other personal information without checking into the site.
A new set of third-party development tools unfurled Monday by the world’s most popular social-networking site will soon extend its reach to more websites, cell phone applications and other online services.
“In the coming months, you’ll be able to interact with your stream on even more websites and through more applications, in ways we’re only beginning to imagine,” Facebook engineer Justin Bishop wrote on the company's blog.
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