Facebook—the Silicon Valley-based giant has recently introduced its low data usage mobile application Facebook Lite in developed countries like the U.S. In the year 2015, the application was designed and launched for the developing countries targeting users with low network availability. Facebook advertising visit this site : buyfbpagelikes.com The networking company is also focusing on increasing the exposure of the app by allowing downloads of other small GDP countries.
“We’ve seen that even in some developed markets people can have lower connectivity, so we want to make sure everyone has the option to use this app if they want,” the Facebook representative said.
It has been reported that some areas of developed countries are still facing unreachability of telecom network causing less exclusiveness with the digital world. In order to overcome these aspects, the technological giant was planning to get into such markets for a while. The application mostly focuses on the basic features like news feed, notifications, messaging, photos sharing, events, and posts uploading.
Meanwhile, Facebook Inc. CEO Mark Zuckerberg posted in February 2017, ‘We built a light version of Facebook for people with low-bandwidth internet. Now 200 million people use it to connect around the world. I loved hearing this news–what a great start to the day’.
With this step, the company is heading towards the increasing user count in competition to big photo-sharing giants like Twitter and Snapchat. According to the Play Store listing, FB lite was only activated for around 100 countries until February 2018. Now, with a launch in low networking areas, the count is about to rise with time. A source briefed out some nations for which application is designed for, countries like USA, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Ireland, and Canada.
Whereas, the availability of FB Lite have already been proceeded to App Store, Play Store, and also on APK Mirror.
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