Facebook applications based on Java Latest Mobile Phones Support for All Java

Thursday, August 11, 2011

Google is aggressively addressing the social networks through the Google + Facebook + Google has started to fight where they released the balls wrote up a Java-based mobile applications, which will certainly extend its reach into virtually all mobile platforms out there.
This application is compatible with more than 2500 mobile phone that supports Java and gives you access to features of the most popular social networks like News Feed, Inbox, and photos and also allows you to upload photos and find friends from your phone contacts. This application should work on almost any platform that previously did not have a Facebook application.

Facebook has optimized their new application to use the minimum bandwidth data, so your phone costs do not exceed budget. Moreover Facebook has reached an agreement with several operators, which will offer free access to the data for this application during 90 days which means that you will not have to pay for the data used Facebook applications for three full months.

If you have a Java-enabled phones you can go directly to m.facebook.com and download this app immediately. You can also get it at some independent stores yangfa popular applications, including GetJar, Appia, and Mobile Weaver. (Via gsmarena.com)


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