Google+ has been well received by enthusiasts and is giving Facebook a run for its money. Aparently, the latter won’t go down without a fight. Google is well known for its mobile integration, and FB knows that the popularity of Google+’s mobile offering can potentially eat into its userbase. Therefore, the world’s most “liked” social network has now released a Java-based app that works on almost any mobile available in the market.
The Facebook for Every Phone app, offers most popular features, such as News Feed, Inbox, Photos, and also enables you to upload photos and find friends from your phonebook. That’s not all, FB has also collaborated with many carriers worldwide to offer free data access to this app for 90 days. Whats more, the app is optimized to use minimum bandwidth, making it affordable for people to use when the 90-day period ends.
The app can be downloaded simply by entering d.facebook.com/install directly into mobile browser. Here is the list of network operators offering free bandwidth for the app:
Etisalat (Egypt, Nigeria)
O2 Telefonica (Germany)
Three (Indonesia, United Kingdom)