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All New Facebook Exclusively For The Androids All New Facebook Exclusively For The Androids

Now here’s some news for the Facebook addicts. Unlocked Motorola Milestone Android phones have finally got a platform on which users can successfully run all the Facebook applications. The man behind this creation is Eric Tseng. According to him people would avoid Android phones since its functionality was limited. With Facebook application installed the Androids are sure to get an upper hand in the market and the might just tiff off iPhone applications also!

The new version 1.3 can easily be downloaded from the Internet. Most noticeable thing about the Facebook application when you run it on your Unlocked Sony Ericsson Xperia x10 Android phone is the Homepage. Browsing media files is definitely a lot easier with it.

Only drawback is that sometimes the resolution is not clear (even on EVO 4G’s screen) and images and videos are not very distinguishable. So the poor image clarity makes it a time taking procedure since the user isn’t sure whether it’s a photo updated by a friend or some random video. There are some additional features also. Like notifications appear in the form of a taskbar at the bottom of the screen. Users can check their notifications by simply clicking on the task bar anytime they want to do so. Keeping the bar in the background users can update their statuses and perform searches.

Responding to friend requests is also easier. Without opening one’s mobile website, friend requests can be accepted or declined. “Picture Timeline” is a new era altogether. Users can browse through their friend’s photos with the help of this application. One important application, which fails to in the new Facebook application for Androids, is the Facebook chat. Absence of this particular feature makes the application almost at par with Facebook applications available on other Smartphones. Though Android developers promise to eliminate this shortcoming in their next version.

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