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Universal Facebook App Now Available for Java-enabled Phones
By Sidney Wong - on 13 Jul 2011, 10:22am

Universal Facebook App Now Available for Java-enabled Phones

 

We have seen Facebook apps developed for smartphones of different platforms such as iOS and Google Android. Facebook today takes a step further by unveiling Facebook for Every Phone app, which is available for download on over 2,500 Java-enabled mobile phones.

Besides featuring the most commonly used features such as News Feed and Photos, the Facebook for Every Phone app also allows you to upload photos and search for friends from your phone book. While the app is currently available for Java-enabled mobile phones, Facebook is working to make the app compatible with more mobile phones in the future. 

It seems to us that Facebook is aggressively boosting its presence in the mobile arena. Last week, we saw the announcement of the partnership with Skype to incorporate video chat function on the social networking site. Facebook has also collaborated with HTC to develop a pair of Facebook-centric phones, known as the HTC ChaCha and HTC Salsa, for social networking on the move.

To download the Facebook for Every Phone app, visit m.facebook.com on your mobile phone.

Source: Facebook


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