Posted by: Vijay Prabhu in Android Apps, iOS, iPhone Apps, tags: Android, facebook, ios
Facebook has launched a update for Android. This is actually not an update but a app built from scratch using SDK.
Facebook has given native codes instead of HTML5 webview codes for faster user interface.
As per Facebooks SDK Engineer Phillip Fung:
"It's twice as fast when looking at photos and opening up your Timeline, and noticeably quicker to launch."
The changes which users will notice are:
- Your timeline will load faster
- Your newsfeed will roll out faster
- Photo's will open on a tap so you can post your likes and comments
- The Stories bar refreshes itself
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iOS users fret not for Facebook has released an update for them also. The iOS Facebook update has much awaited 'Share' buttons that allows users to share their posts.
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This new strategy is the part of Facebooks 'Mobile First' policy, given the low cash flows it has from mobile telephone market. Therein a bid to fast peddle its approach it is releasing good updates, which will ultimately help us, users.