Native Android Version Of Facebook Might Be Launched Soon
Version of Facebook available for Android users, but there Might be soon, as sources close to the project claim that the social networking giant is almost done testing things out for an imminent release.
These sources, as reported by Engadget, did not disclose any information on how the Native application would look like, but if all goes well, it should successfully replace the much-criticized HTML5 Facebook app that is presently running on Android phones.
Last month, Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg announced that the Native iOS Version of Facebook for Apple devices had been a success. Users were viewing stories at a rate never seen before on the old HTML5 Version for iOS, as Zuckerberg had noticed at that time. Additionally, Zuckerberg had opined that an HTML5 app for Android was a “mistake”, and one that Facebook needed to sort out as Soon as possible.
Currently, Facebook is doing all it could to focus on its mobile users. Many users who primarily access Facebook on conventional desktops or laptops now use cell phones and tablet computers as an alternative; earlier this month, it was revealed that 60 percent of all Facebook users checked their accounts on mobile phones or tablets.
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What remains the biggest question for Zuckerberg and his fellow Facebook executives is how they could monetize the mobile market as opposed to the desktop market. Currently, Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) stock is at $19.64, and successfully monetizing this market could be the key to helping the young company live up to its potential as a force in the stock market.
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