Facebook Lite Reaches 200 Million Users in Under Two Years of Release
Facebook Lite is a solution for those who use less capable phones and have less bandwidth and slower Internet connections. Furthermore, performance improvements have also been added to the new version of Facebook Lite.
Facebook on Thursday announced that there are more than 200 million people around the world using FB Lite every month.
The app has been launched in over 150 countries including India, Brazil, Indonesia, and Mexico.
Sapphire Jubilee: Britain to Mark 65 Years of Queen Elizabeth II's Reign
Over the years, she has added to the gifts from her father with a tiara and a bracelet to complement the original jewellery. The relatively low-key celebration is not unusual for the queen, according to royal historian and biographer Robert Lacey.
Federal judge in Seattle stops Trump's travel ban on immigrants
The White House and the states challenging the suspension have time till Monday to present arguments in favour of the travel ban. The latest action follows an emergency stay of the ruling by a federal district court judge in Seattle on Friday, Feb. 3.
Tiger Woods withdraws from Dubai Desert Classic with no explanation
I was kind of everywhere on the third and fourth but got back into it, steadied the ship and played a pretty solid back nine. After a first round without a birdie, Woods said he was fine even though he appeared to be uncomfortable at times.
The company said it was launching the app on Tuesday in four additional countries: Israel, Italy, South Korea and the United Arab Emirates, and that additional launches are in the pipeline.
"To help make sure everyone can have a great Facebook experience regardless of where they connect, we rolled out Facebook Lite as a standalone, native app designed for lower end Android devices on spotty network connections to give people a reliable Facebook experience when bandwidth is low".
FB Lite s crucial for Facebook to continue to grow and maintain an active user base. The app itself is less than 1MB in size and supports Android devices on Android 2.3 and above. "FB Lite gives people access to core Facebook experiences like News Feed more quickly and while consuming less data", Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg said in a blog post on Wednesday. Facebook Lite doesn't allow users to react to posts and some users say that the app lags and takes a lot of time to upload pictures. While Free Basics failed to impress the government authorities and regulators, the Facebook Lite appears to have struck the right chords. According to a technology research and advisory firm Jackdaw Research, the company's success is attributed to its impressive user growth to promotional data plans from countries like India.
Chris Kennedy to Oppose Governor Rauner
He also served as chairman of the University of Illinois Board of Trustees from 2009 through 2015. Kennedy plans to tackle Rauner's failures as well as try to rebuild the state's dire economy.
Bombardier gets millions from Canada for Global 7000, C Series
The company also sold a 30 per cent holding in its railway division for $1.5 billion to Quebec-based pension fund manager Caisse de dépôt.
Abe's Trump invite to Florida shows significance of bilateral ties: Spicer
Japan's PM Abe is scheduled to visit with President Trump at the White House. The president said: "I don't know". "And we're not sure whether Mr.
France ex-president Sarkozy to stand trial for campaign financing violations
Herzog said a year ago he considered the campaign overspending issue settled because his client already paid a penalty. Lawyer Herzog highlighted the fact that only one of the two magistrates in charge of the case signed the trial order.
Housing White Paper forecasts: Tenure neutrality and new construction on way
Young people, faces pressed against the estate agent's window, trying and failing to find a home they can afford", he said. The UK government has finally admitted we have a "broken" housing market in the UK in light of its recent White Paper.
FCC Quick to Start Undoing Actions Implemented Under Former Chairman Tom Wheeler
According to FCC data, almost 13 million Americans who do not have broadband service at home may be eligible for Lifeline. FCC chairman Ajit Pai has signaled the commission will be looking carefully at applicants for broadband subsidies.
Matt Ryan wins 2016 NFL MVP award
Ryan had the best year in his career, racking up 38 passing touchdowns and throwing for nearly 5,000 yards. In addition to his teammates, Ryan was quick to credit offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan's play-calling.
FireEye, Inc. (NASDAQ:FEYE) earnings reaction history in focus
If you are accessing this story on another site, it was stolen and reposted in violation of USA & global copyright laws. Earnings surprise history: Last quarter, the company posted approximately $186.41 million in revenue and EPS of $-0.18.
Statewide Super Bowl DUI blitz to begin Friday
Countless studies show drunk drivers tend to underestimate how much they've had to drink and whether they are "safe to drive". During the bowl campaign past year , state police handed out over 4,686 tickets and arrested 92 people for impaired driving.
Leaked LG G6 Photo Reveals Dual Cameras
This device is speculated to be arriving with Snapdragon 821 and a 5.7-inch display with 2,880×1,440 resolution. The LG G6 has gotten leaked yet again, this time in the form of another hands-on image showcasing its back.
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