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Facebook Gives Focus on Mobile this 2011

Written on January 26, 2011 by B Waldorf

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“My sense is that mobile devices are inherently social… [mobile devices are] already filled with your contacts and your friends, and they also have access to your location.” ---Bret Taylor, Facebook CTO

Wonder why Facebook will focus on Facebook Mobile in the near future ?Facebook CTO Bret Taylor got the answers.

Facebook’s CTO Bret Taylor speaks of the company’s mobile platform this 2011, pointing the focus on delivering consistent user experience in its mobile franchise. During the Inside Social Apps conference in San Fo today, Taylor revealed that Facebook will be re-invent their mobile websites and apps.

Facebook has several mobile platforms. Not only for major smartphones iPhone, BlackBerry and Android but they also gave m.facebook.com to other mobile phones, touch.facebook.com for touch-based devices and the 0.facebook.com. The 0.facebook.com is a free Facebook data sharing designed for countries with expensive wireless connections.

Taylor said that the company’s goals for 2011 includes standard look and feel for applications and mobile sites. He also said that HTML5 will be playing a big role in achieving consistent user experience.

“My sense is that mobile devices are inherently social… [mobile devices are] already filled with your contacts and your friends, and they also have access to your location,” he quoted.

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