Recycling mobile could help Brits access new Facebook
7 December 2010 — 2:08 PM
An updated Facebook has appeared on internet and mobile broadband portals, which could tempt some people to recycle their phone and switch to a model capable of hosting the social networking site.
Software engineer Josh Wiseman, writing for the Facebook Blog, explains changes have been made so that it is simpler than ever for users of the portal to share their stories and catch up with friends.
All the old favourites are still in place – such as key information on the profile and photographs – but the layout has been tweaked for an enhanced user experience.
Mr Wiseman goes on to note there is more space than before to share details and, in return, learn about others.
"You can list the projects you worked on at your job, classes you took in school, your favorite musicians and sports teams and more," he states.
Customers of Three – the UK's best mobile broadband provider, according to a recent YouGov poll – have previously said Facebook is their favourite phone-based application.
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