Facebook can offer enormous benefits for each one of us, and that is something that nobody can deny. Events, groups based on certain subjects of all kinds, job offers, a marketplace, and much more – these are among the main features that the social network offers. But yet again, there are some phones incapable of running the initial version of the Facebook app, and that’s where an app like Facebook Lite comes in handy.
Facebook Lite is greatly taking care of by the developers, and now the 22.214.171.124.108 beta update is making the app even better as it’s already available.
What the update brings new
The purpose of Facebook Lite’s latest update is to improve the users’ experience while using the app. The update is doing that is by introducing a series of bug fixes that are targetting various issues.
If you’re not convinced about how useful Facebook Lite can be, its presentation from the Play Store is conclusive enough:
“Keeping up with friends is faster and easier than ever with the Facebook Lite app! Use Facebook Lite as a friends app to connect and keep up with your social network. The Facebook Lite app is small, allowing you to save space on your phone and use Facebook in 2G conditions. Many of the classic features of Facebook are available on the app, such as sharing to a Timeline, liking photos, searching for people, and editing your profile and groups. Specific features include:”
How to get the update
The new update for Facebook Lite is available to download via OTA (over the air) channels. This means that basically, all you need is to let your phone connected to a stable Wi-Fi network. A notification will arrive on your phone’s display, inviting you to make the update. But the only users who can download the update right now are the ones enrolled in the beta program.
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