Facebook for Android Updated
XDA member keemyb let us know about the new Facebook version 1.50 for Android devices. The long-awaited features of chat and push notification finally are here. These are a welcome addition to the application, as the lack of these features have been a gripe of many Android users for a long time. despite we still want to see notifications for comments, likes and wall posts, perhaps we will have them in future versions.
Chat integration and the notification features seem to be done pretty well.
You can grab it on the usual place: Market.
Originally posted by keemyb
New Facebook 15/12/10
Just checked my market updates, and there’s an official Facebook update in the market (version 1.50)!
It allows push notifications a swell as Facebook chat!
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