Facebook has a wide range of security settings which is vast and elaborate. But the unfortunate thing is people do not know about these features. Either they are lazy or simply not happy with so many settings. Users always keep on complaining about settings and Facebook faces trouble in handling security issues. Many attempts have been made to make users aware of the changes like popping up notifications and help tips whenever you upload an image. Facebook helps you choose who can view you posts. Despite of these, situation has not improved. Rumours say that perhaps all these reasons were accounted for and Facebook has finally decided to built a standalone app that will be able to handle all these security concerns and viewer selections at one stop.
The news is still in rumour stage and after repeated comments posted in Facebook official page, Facebook finally ripped off all confusions saying, “We do not comment on rumours or speculation.” However sources still insists on the existence of the app. Moments app if realized someday will help in maintaining advanced settings of sharing and privacy in an easier manner. If you are thinking group might have been an option and why Facebook is choosing a standalone app, Zuckerberg had an answer to this. He said,
…if you have something like Groups, it’s always going to be kind of second-class in the main Facebook app, or even messaging for that matter. In order to make these things really be able to reach their full potential, I do think over time we’re going to have to create more specific experiences.
Let’s wait and see if news turn true. Even though Facebook has chosen not to comments, but there are sources who have claimed to have used a Live internal version of the app.