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A Facebook app using the genuine Facebook API has been released for the Android platform. Babbler is a full app offering Facebook function to Android and comes in two versions: a free, ad-supported version and a paid app without ads. The paid version of Babbler is […]

phonesA Facebook app using the genuine Facebook API has been released for the Android platform. Babbler is a full app offering Facebook function to Android and comes in two versions: a free, ad-supported version and a paid app without ads. The paid version of Babbler is $1.49 in the Android Market. So what can you do with Babbler? From the Babbler web site:

  • see your newsfeed and your friends’ walls
  • comment & like wall posts
  • change your status
  • write on walls
  • view friends’ profiles
  • view events
  • browse friends’ photo albums and tagged photos
  • background notifications
  • background photo/video uploads
  • share link from Browser or Youtube
  • share photo/video from Gallery
  • new UI with tabs

Since Babbler is a native Android app using the Facebook API, you never have to enter your User ID or password into the Babbler app, it gets that from Facebook.

  1. So you have now covered Babbler, does that mean that you are going to cover Bloo next? If you like Babbler I think you’ll like Bloo.

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  2. You don’t have to enter your Facebook userid or password? Babbler gets that from Facebook?

    That is a little bit unclear. To be clear, you DO have to enter your Facebook username and password, but you enter it on Facebook’s page, not on Babbler’s, so Babbler never sees your credentials.

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