Fim – Facebook App for Windows Mobile Updated
Not all articles refers to WP7 and Android, as an example we have an update of Fim by XDA member blutz. Fim is an enhanced Facebook application for your Windows Mobile device that will let you have more control and options than other versions. The latest version features a CHome plugin for Windows Mobile 6.5 and up, chat, status feed, notifications & new messages indicators, picture and video uploads directly from your device, integrated m.facebook.com browser, and more.
This is a multi resolution app that even supports versions of Windows Mobile Standard for non touch screen devices.
Originally posted by blutz
Facebook Instant Messenger
Features: Facebook Chat, Status Feed, Notifications & New Messages Indicators, Picture & Video Uploads Directly From Your Phone,
Integrated m.facebook.com Browser, All Display Resolutions, Touch Friendly, No 3rd Party Registration, AppToDate Support
Download the mobile installer (.cab file) to your desktop. Sync with your mobile phone and copy the .cab installer to your phone. From your phone go to Programs -> File Explorer, navigate to the .cab file and select it. The Installer should do the rest.
or navigate to http://get.mosko.mobi on your Windows Phone, choose open, the installer should do the rest.
Optional: WM6.5 CHome (“Titanium”) Plugin
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