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Facebook for Android 1.6
A few days ago, XDA member mattykinsx told us about the updated version of Facebook for Android devices. Facebook 1.6 brings a set of new features in addition to a series of bug fixes. Users are now able to easily view Pages in addition to Profiles. It brings the ability to upload video from within the app, and finally it got some improvements to the news feed.
The update is ready for download on the market, or you can download the .apk file on the original thread.
Originally posted by mattykinsx
Facebook for Android 1.6 is up in the market…
…and frankly I’m not understanding what the hub-bub was about with the “closed beta” and “zomg it’s gonna be significantly better”
Looks the exact same, same functionality, except that you can upload video’s and go to pages…
Lame as usual.
Continue to the original thread.
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