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Improve Your Android Facebook Experience with F-Plus
XDA member senab decided that the experience with Facebook apps currently available for Android are less than desirable, so the dev took it upon himself to try and make it better. F-plus is a new Facebook app that will ensure that your mobile experience with your favorite Social Media website is what you would expect. This app will work online seamlessly letting you know with vibration and flashing LED when something new is up with your friends. Moreover, if you are just done typing a snappy response in someone else’s wall just to find that your internet connection is down, the app will simply try to reconnect whenever it can, so that you don’t lose your thoughts in a sea of anger towards your carrier / network administrator.
Thoughts? Questions? Comments? Leave all that below and in the dev’s thread for feedback purposes.
- Choose polling time interval
- Alerts on Notifications, Inbox Notifications and Friends’ Birthdays
- Vibrate, LED and Sound options
- Widget – displays number of Notifications and Inbox Messages
- Upload multiple photos via the Gallery
- Places shortcut (add via your Launcher)
- Open notifications intelligently using a new Post screen, the Facebook application and the mobile websites.
- If a connection is unavailable, the app will automatically retry when connected. Compatible with JuiceDefender.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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