Facebook will be available on Ubuntu touch

23rd September 2013 | By Mouseworld Now Correspondent |

New Delhi, India, September 23, 2013: Canonical has announced that Facebook will be available on the its new Ubuntu Touch OS. The new Ubuntu Touch OS is to be launched on 17 October because of which, an official Facebook app is not expected. But, a crafted version of the Facebook app will be available on the Ubuntu Touch OS. The app will be a version of the Facebook mobile site, which will be integrated with features from the Ubuntu Touch OS.

According to a reports, the users will be able to open and close the application like any other native app. It will also have the ability to show messages, notifications, and a messaging menu. Sharing photos will also be made possible without having to open the app everytime, when you want to share a picture. If a users have Facebook set up on their Ubuntu Online Accounts, then they won’t even need to log in to Facebook on the application.

Facebook is the world’s popular social networking site and the Facebook app is amongst the most downloaded in every operating system available. But, since the official app can not be launch before the OS has proven itself, the hybrid web apps option is the way to go for the Ubuntu Touch OS.


© Mouseworld Now News Service

Tags: , , , , , , ,

Leave your comment

IMPORTANT! To be able to proceed, you need to solve the following simple math

What is 13 + 4 ?
Please leave these two fields as-is:

Mouseworldnow Videos
  • r chandrashekhar president nasscom
  • Anant Maheshwari, President, Microsoft India
  • Suresh_Vaswani-220 by 220

Channel News

  • Toshiba Sends its Storage Partners to Bali Under its Foreign Trip Scheme more...
  • Cloudera Awards Top APAC Partners at annual Partner Summit more...
  • Rashi Peripherals Bags Indywood IT Excellence Award more...
  • Rashi Peripherals Conducts Multi-City Enterprise Partner Meet more...
  • Second Edition of Annual 4.5G & 5G Innovation Summit concludes on a successful note more...
Subscribe via email

Enter your email address:

Follow us on Facebook
What does the mouse ask?

Will the spurt in online video advertisement steal the twinkle from the TV ad platform?

View Results

Loading ... Loading ...
Newsletter Registration