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UPDATE: Facebook for Android gets Feature-update
Posted by Arne Hess - on Tuesday, 15.12.09 - 13:30:45 CET under 04 - Android News - Viewed 17059x
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It's some time ago that Facebook released its first Facebook client version for Android smartphones and in the meantime, Facebook already released an update which was so far preinstalled and available to Motorola Droid users only, but even not available for the Motorola Milestone. However, Facebook now released this version 1.1.2 to the public through the Android Market and like the previous version, Facebook for Android allows you to set your status, check out your news feed and look at your friend's walls. However, users can now also browse friends' profiles and the new version provides a far better and more native photo integration including the ability to upload photos from the gallery or straight uploading taken pictures.

Furthermore it comes with a new and redesigned start screen which gives faster access to all available and supported Facebook functionalities. Still included is the home screen widget which allows to view and post status messages straight from the widget. However, still not supported is the native message Inbox, Facebook chat or groups access.

Facebook 1.1.2 for Android is now available free of charge from the Android Market and seems to support a wide range of Android versions including Android 1.6/Cupcake and Android 2.0/2.0.1/Eclair.

Cheers ~ Arne


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