Facebook adds emotions to Like button

There's always been one issue with Facebook; that Like button sometimes makes users look unfeeling or uncaring, particularly if someone is relaying sad news. You want to show your support, but feel that pressing the Like button might be saying that you're happy that someone lost their job or their best friend. Facebook has followed up on an earlier promise to let the Like button more accurately express your emotions by adding a submenu of icons to the button.

As you can see in the screenshot above from the Apple World Today Facebook page, clicking or tapping the button now produces a range of emotions -- like, love, laughing, shock or surprise, sadness or anger. 

The anger icon is sure to get a workout during this US presidential election season...