Facebook App for Windows Mobile Updated
It has been 9 months since Microsoft updated their Facebook for Windows Mobile app. For anyone with a Windows Mobile phone, version 1.3 is now available for download and use. It has a few new features such as
- Send messages to any of the people in your Friends list.
- Take pictures and videos on your phone, then upload them right to Facebook
- Call people directly from your Friends list
- Manage your profile and post anytime, anywhere
As quoted from the Description in the Windows Phone Marketplace:
New from Windows Mobile: a Facebook application for your phone! Download the new Facebook application for Windows Mobile and: Send messages to any of the people in your Friends list. Take pictures and videos on your phone, then upload them right to Facebook. Send messages or call people in your Friends list. [Read On]
Enjoy the new Facebook on your Windows Mobile device!
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