Facebook Launches “Facebook for Every Phone” App for over 2,500 Java Phones

Facebook today announced the launch of its new Facebook for Every Phone app. This is in line with the company’s push to ensure that people around the world have great Facebook experience irrespective of where they or how they access the site. The app will offer a fast and comprehensive Facebook experience on over 2,500 different phones.

Aside giving users access to Facebook’s most popular features – as News Feed, Inbox, and Photos etc – the app will also enable you to upload photos and find friends from your phone’s contacts.

How to Download the app:

You can download the app in 3 ways:

  1. Visit m.facebook.com and then scroll down to the download link
  2. Enter d.facebook.com/install directly into their mobile browser.
  3. You can also find it in leading app stores including GetJar, Appia, and Mobile Weaver

The Facebook for Every Phone app will be available globally on over 2,500  Java-enabled phones starting from today. With one easy download of this app, you get access to all of what Facebook has to offer on your mobile device. This makes it easier for you to stay connected with your family and friends wherever you are.

How much does it cost to use the app?

Facebook has collaborated with Etisalat in Nigeria (other operators will come on-board shortly) to offer you free data access to this app for 90 days. This experience is optimized to use less data than other Java apps or mobile sites, making it much more affordable for people to use when the 90-day period ends. At the end of the 90-day period, you will be expected to migrate to a data plan if you don’t current have any.

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