How to Block Facebook Game Invites from iPhone and Web

Facebook Settings offer you a facility to block irritating game and app invitations from your friends. Users can stop receiving such invitations by following this information.

As a Facebook user, you always like to receive many friend requests from known and unknown Facebook users. But after being a virtual friend, the same people pester you by sending an invitation to play Candy Crush Saga or FarmVille.

At this moment, you feel like unfriending those gamers. Not anymore. There is a better option to stop getting Facebook game invites on your iPhone and Mac or Windows PC. We bring two simple methods for each screen. First, we will deal with how you can stop receiving all those game invites on iPhone and then on your Mac/PC.

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How to Block Facebook Game Invites from iPhone and Web

How to Block Facebook Game Invites on iPhone

Step #1. Launch the Facebook app on your iPhone → Tap on More (Hamburg icon from the bottom right corner) → Scroll down and tap on Settings.

Tap on Settings Then More in Facebook iPhone App

A menu will swipe up from the bottom.

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Step #2. Tap on Account Settings from the three options.

Tap on Account Settings in Facebook App on iPhone

Step #3. Scroll down and tap on Apps.

Tap on Apps in Facebook App on iPhone

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Step #4. Tap on Platform.

Tap on Platform in Facebook App on iPhone

Step #5. Tap on No from under the “Game Invitations and App Notifications”.

Block Facebook Game Invites on iPhone

After you uncheck the Application Requests and Application Invites on iPhone/iPad, you might also want to log out of your account and then log in again. More to clear the cache sort of a thing.

Now you won’t receive any invitation to play games or download apps on your iPhone.

Also Read: Where is the “Most Recent” Option in Updated Facebook iPhone App?

How to Block Facebook Game Invites on The Web

Step #1. Open Facebook on your web browser → Log in with your ID & Password → Click on the inverted triangle from header menu.

Click on Inverted Triangle in Facebook

Step #2. Click on Settings from the drop-down menu.

Click on Settings in Facebook

Step #3. Click on Apps from the left navigation panel.

Click on Apps in Facebook Settings

Step #4. Click on Edit button from Apps, Websites and Plug-ins box.

Click Edit in Apps, Websites and Plug-Ins in Facebook Settings

A dialog box will open on the screen.

Step #5. Click on “Turn Off” button.

Block Facebook Game Invites from Web

This will give you some relief from checking those unnecessary notifications of game invitations.

There is obviously one downside to this: if your friends send you invites/requests for some other app (which is not an annoying game), you won’t know about them. I’m counting on the fact that most of the time, you don’t want to see those invites/request notifications on your iPhone/iPad as you open Facebook.

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Jignesh Padhiyarhttps://www.igeeksblog.com
Jignesh Padhiyar is the founder of iGeeksBlog.com who has a keen eye for news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around iPhone and iPad.

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