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SERVICE: Snap2Face brings Facebook to Windows Mobile Smartphones
Posted by Arne Hess - on Monday, 07.07.08 - 17:13:56 CET under 01 - General News - Viewed 15032x
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And the next Facebook application for your Windows Mobile smartphone. After I've wrote about fringAdd-ons, which supports Facebook in some way and FriendMobilzer, I just received another E-Mail which let me know that Snap2Face was released in v0.8. Snap2Face, which works with Windows Mobile Professional and Standard smartphones lets you set your status while on-the-go as well as viewing friends' status and detailed information, viewing friends' friends and send friendship requests but also lets you getting notified of events like wall post, message, poke or friend request.

You can even upload photos from the device's built-in camera or file folder as well as import friends' profile photos to your Outlook Contacts which will be used after as photo caller ID.

Snap2Face is a full-featured client for Facebook for the Windows Mobile platform and - important to know - it's running on your mobile phone and it communicates directly with Facebook, without going through external servers.

Snap2Face is now available free of charge from Magnifoca Inc's website where you also find more information how to configure Facebook to give Snap2Face permission to upload photos without going through the usual pending/approval process.

Cheers ~ Arne

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