Facebook will be announcing their new home on Android, and now today we have our first look at what is likely to be announced. It's being called the 'HTC first' with snazzy looking Android navigation buttons and all.
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Facebook Phone for Android will be revealed on April 4th. More accurately 'Facebook Home' will be released, and is coming to take over your device. That is what we're expecting to be the star of the show on April 4th at the event. We don't need another fork in the Android OS, and instead Facebook's just going to wrap it in their social network web. Read on for what to expect.
Facebook is preparing something big for our Android smartphones, and are hosting an event this week to show the world. With rumors regarding their own Android OS skin like the Kindle Fire, a Facebook Phone built from the ground up, or even just a Home Launcher. Today however, we have the hardware details on the actual device.
Facebook at least 14 times a day. And that is on average. Meaning many users check it far more than 14 times daily. Oh and this is just on a smartphone, this doesn't even count computer habits.
Facebook and team Zuck have just issued a software update for their highly popular Android app. First off, no, this isn't the new design they revealed a few weeks ago but it does bring some much needed improvement to a few features on mobile. For one they've streamlined the change your profile picture option, something that's been a chore on the Android app.
Facebook appears to be pushing a new update for Android users. The catch here, the update is apparently not coming from the Play Store. Based on what we are seeing, this Facebook update is talking about adding some new and seemingly expected features such as being able to change your profile picture as well as being able to download files without notification.
Facebook is detailing the all-new Facebook front page known as the Newsfeed, and team Zuckerberg just announced a few details. Everything is changing, again. The new redesign will be aimed at "mobile consistency" as well as delivering what they call the best "personalized newspaper" available. It looks like Facebook is about to start taking mobile seriously.
Facebook has just delivered an update for its Android app, bringing it up to version 2.1. While the patch notes don't contain too much information, they do reveal one major feature: voice messages. Once you've applied this update, you'll be able to send short voice messages to your Facebook friends. This update, of course, comes on the heels of the announcement that Facebook would begin offering free calling over WiFi or mobile Internet for iOS users.
Facebook and Facebook Messenger apps in the Google Play Store and is currently sitting at version 1.0. Also similar to the other Facebook branded apps, the Pages Manager app is available for free and with the requirement of Android 2.2 or later for use.