Facebook lite is out for low-end Android devices – Specifically for 2G networks as compared to normal Facebook app which consumes RAM .
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has been hard at work connecting the world with not only his social network, but with basic internet access, too. In another step towards doing so in developing areas, the folks in Menlo Park are rolling out Facebook Lite: a version of its Android app that’s meant to use less data and work well regardless of network speeds. In fact, it’s specifically designed for browsing on 2G networks and in locales where connectivity is extremely limited. At less than 1MB, the software makes for a quick install to wrangle messaging, status updates, and other core features that Facebook users employ. [ Engadget ]
Facebook Lite is in the testing phase, and it’s only available in Bangladesh, Nepal, Nigeria, South Africa, Sudan, Sri Lanka, Vietnam and Zimbabwe for the time being. However, the app requires Android 2.2, making it an option for most users — even those wielding low-end devices.
Update: A Facebook spokesperson has confirmed that the social network is “testing a version of Facebook for Android called Facebook Lite that is designed for people on 2G connections or in areas of limited internet accessibility.”
INCPak Team Member Azhar Baloch – Tested Facebook Lite app and recorded a demo for you guys, Most of the features, User Interface and Layout is like normal Facebook App .
Facebook Lite Video Review
- Facebook lite App Info
- Fast to install — the app is less than 1 MB
- Quick to load
- Efficient with data
- Designed for 2G networks and areas with limited network connectivity
Facebook Lite is available on Google Play Store but you cannot download this app in Pakistan directly,
Download from the link given :- Facebook lite