The Next Facebook article Vietnamese girls are so passionate they don’t care if you want them to take a picture of them, the site’s founder told The Next.
They also love to take selfies, even when they are dressed up and wearing headscarves.
So the site has created an app called Ly Girl vietnam to let you send them a selfie and tell them how you feel about them.
You can use the app to ask for a selfie, as well as send them photos or video messages.
You will also get a unique number for them.
Ly Girl Vietnam is an extension of Facebook’s existing Ly girl app.
The Ly girl viuent app, which is available on Android and Apple smartphones, is similar to Facebook’s popular Instagram app, and Ly Girl was developed by the same team.
“We are trying to make Ly Girl more and more like Ly girl, more and much more than Ly girl,” founder and CEO Jie Jie Ngo told The New York Times.
Facebook and Ly girl are not alone in this endeavor.
Earlier this month, Ly Girl co-founder and CEO John Han told Forbes that his company plans to bring more social media tools to Facebook in the near future.
“Ly girl has been built with a social media app, so you will be able to post to Ly Girl,” Han said.
Facebook also recently introduced its new Ly girl photo editing app, Ly girl on the go, which offers a similar feature set.
The new app is currently available for iOS and Android devices, but the company says it is rolling it out to Windows, Mac and Linux devices in the coming months.