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Facebook 2.0 Available on iTunes

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  Facebook 2.0 Available on iTunesIf you're a social network fan, then this is a good news for you. If you're an iPhone user, then you should know that Facebook 2.0 has been released and, more importantly, that it is now available for download at the iTunes App Store.

Let's see what this new version brings. First off, now you can get notifications directly on you iPhone, and you're also able to get friend requests, full news feeds, and news feed comments. Another thing that you can now do is to view your entire inbox and photo capabilities. Also, you can check up on how all your Finance major friends are doing from the road, just by using your trusted iPhone. Other features include people search, photo tagging, the full “Mini-Feed” combined with “The Wall,” and much more.

Now, using Facebook from your iPhone, keeping in touch with your friends, and even making new ones, becomes really easy. Users will also be able to share information and, thanks to Facebook Chat, to start a conversation with others. Aside from the option of seeing friends’ latest photos and status updates, now, users can also upload their mobile photos to Facebook at any time just by using the iPhone.

For those of you who are not familiar with Facebook, you should know that it is a popular social networking website, launched in 2004 and that enables users to join the network, connect and interact with other people. They can also add friends and send them messages, and update their personal profiles so that their friends constantly know how they are. It’s not just once that Facebook has been compared with Hi5, a similar website.

If you have an Apple iPhone and you are not a member of Facebook yet, this might be a good moment to create an account, since you’re guaranteed to have lots of fun using this service, which, to cap it all off, is also free of charge. If you’re already a Facebook user and have been, until now, rather frustrated with the downsides of the mobile version, then you’re welcome to check out the latest updates and benefit from them.

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