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The excellent social network always on your Android device

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Facebook, the social network par excellence, also has a version specially designed for Android portable devices.

Its options are practically the same as the computer version's, with the small difference that you can't play the majority of the videogames that are integrated into Facebook.

Games aside, you can have all of the information about your friends and acquaintances at your fingertips, see your wall, upload and download pictures, change your status, leave comments and a ton of other options that you can carry around in your pocket.

Facebook for Android is an indispensable application for users of the most popular social network in the world.It allows you to always be connected, anywhere and anytime.
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