|April 15, 2013|
|Facebook Looks to the Past to Present its Future|
|By Danny Brown|
If there’s one key area that social network giant Facebook has been weak in, its the mobile arena.
Users of the official Facebook app for both major platforms Android and iPhone, as well as other handsets manufacturers, have had to dealt with slow loads, poor user interfaces, bugs and other such quirks.
This is especially true when comparing the Facebook mobile experience to the Google+ one, with the Android app in particular offering a seamless experience.
Facebook, for their part, are clearly aware of this. There are rumours that they’ll be presenting the “Facebook phone” at a special event this week, and Mark Zuckerberg has often been cited as telling his mobile developers they need to up their game.
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