Facebook is launching a mobile application Tuesday designed to offer a fast and rich Facebook experience to users anywhere in the world on more than 2,500 Java-enabled mobile devices.
The new application is clearly designed to reach Facebook users with feature phones — otherwise known as “dumb” phones — or people who live in developing countries.
The Facebook for Every Phone app — available for download via m.facebook.com, and GetJar or Appia app stores — includes the Facebook news feed, inbox and photos modules.
Every Phone app users can also upload photos and find new friends from their address book contacts.
Facebook has partnered with 20 carriers in different parts of the world to give mobile users free data access for the app for 90 days. Partner carriers include Aircel, Airtel and Reliance in India, along with O2 Telefonica in Germany, Three in Indonesia and the United Kingdom, and Vodafone in Turkey.
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