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Flow for Facebook Updated – Android
If you have an Android device and use the Facebook stock application, this may be of your liking. XDA member senab presents an update of Flow for Facebook, a complete app enhancer that will fill those empty spaces left by the official version. Add friends as favorites for easy access, view your likes and pages you manage, share links easily without being redirect to mobile web, notification pop up -which also can show over lock screen, and the option to upload multiple photos -with Gallery- are some of the features present on the application.
The developer provides a free version with reduced functionality and ads, and can be found on the market.
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Originally posted by senab
[APP][1.6+] Flow for Facebook | Push Notifications and more!
Flow is an application that has one main function, to improve your Facebook experience on Android. It is available on Android Market in two versions. The paid version is available at the price of £0.99 and a free version with reduced functionality and adverts. Search for “flow facebook” on Android Market.
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