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Facebook has just officially published "Facebook Lite" v1.0.0.0 App on the Google Play store. The main reason for this App is to make a lite, fast Facebook App for Low-end Android smartphones, as the current Facebook App is very large in size and performs slow on low-spec devices with less Ram and CPU power and uses less data and works in all network conditions

 

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Facebook Lite is relatively tiny for an app from a major social network, weighing in at only a quarter of a megabyte a crucial stat if you live in a place that can only get 2G data access. There's a good reason for that, too: it looks like Facebook Lite isn't much more than a WebView wrapper for the mobile site, plus native Android notifications.

 

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That might indeed be very useful for someone who just wants to check in on Facebook without loading up the admittedly heavy Chrome app, but for most current users it won't add any real functionality. Facebook Lite does include a few extra bells and whistles that aren't available on the web, like the ability to peek into your phone's contacts to see if there's anyone you've ever spoken to that isn't your Facebook friend yet.

 

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Facebook Lite main features:

- Fast to install, the app is less than 1 MB

- Quick to load
- Efficient with data

- Designed for 2G networks and areas with limited network connectivity

 

 

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Facebook Lite 1.0.0.0 [APK Download]

 


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Facebook has officially published "Facebook Lite" App on the Google Play store a few days ago as way to reduce the data usage for Facebook users. Today, Facebook update its "Lite" app to version 1.2.0.4.10 and it's Now Rolling-out on the Play Store.

 

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Facebook fixed a lot of bugs and issues that existed on the first release version of the App, Here's the official change-log:

 

- You can now quickly save photos from the app to your phone.

- We've fixed issues to make the app more reliable.

 

 

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Facebook Lite v1.2 [APK]

 

Facebook Lite v1.2 [Play]

 


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Facebook has officially published "Facebook Lite" App on the Google Play store as a lighter version of it's original App. Today, Facebook updated its "Lite" app to version 1.5.0.13.30 and it's Now Rolling-out on the Play Store.

 

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Facebook fixed a lot of bugs and issues that existed on the first release version of the App, Here's the official Change-log for this version:

- More bug fixes issues to make the App more reliable.

 

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Facebook Lite v1.5 [APK]

 

Facebook Lite v1.5 [Play]

 


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Facebook has officially published the "Facebook Lite" App on the Google Play store as a lighter version of it's original App long time ago. Facebook has just updated its "Lite" app to version 1.11.0.86.192 and it's now rolling-out on the Play Store to all lite users.

 

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Facebook fixed a lot of bugs and issues that existed on the first release version of the App along with a new feature.

 

Official Change-log for this version:
- Push notifications now available on all phones
- Improvements to make the app faster on slow connections

 

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Facebook Lite v1.11 [APK]

 

Facebook Lite v1.11 [Play]

 


Limefuel

 

Limefuel Lite is a 15,000 mAh Dual-USB Battery Charger Pack With LCD Screen which will cost you only $34.99. Just think about what you could charge with a 15,000 mAh battery. Flagship Android smartphones pack a 3,000 mAh battery on average, so the Limefuel would provide about 5 charges.

 

And because this unit has dual-USB ports, with 1A and 2.1A output, you could charge your tablet with it, but also your Bluetooth earphones and speakers, Android Wear watch, MiFi router, and more.

 

The Limefuel Lite also packs a handy LED flash for those power outages or dark nights, and an LCD screen to show you exactly how much battery you have left and which ports you are using. It measures 5.8 × 2.8 × 0.9 inches and weighs only 12 ounces, making it close to the size of 3 Galaxy S5s stacked on top of each other-not bad!

 

 

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The security patch for January 2017 has started to roll out to the Galaxy J2 Prime and the Galaxy Grand Lite. While it's only natural for the J2 Prime to receive the update as it was only released last November, it is both surprising and good to see that Samsung still remembers the Grand Lite which was released almost three years ago in 2014. However, an upgrade to Lollipop is not officially on the cards for the Grand Lite as it continues to run on the ancient Android 4.4.4 KitKat OS.


The firmware version containing the update for the J2 Prime is G532GDXU1AQA4, while the one for the Grand Lite is I9060CUBS0AQA1. If you have an old Samsung smartphone that you want to upgrade but an official upgrade from Samsung is highly unlikely, head over to our firmware section and find the right custom ROM for your particular handset model. The only thing is that we recommend taking a look at our tutorial at least once before attempting to flash any ROM updates.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



We are nearing the end of the month's third week, but Samsung has only just started rolling out this month's updates to its arsenal of eligible smartphones. The latest names on that list are those of the Galaxy S8, Galaxy J7 pro and the Galaxy A9 Star Lite, which are receiving the June patch in USA, India and China respectively.


In case you own a Galaxy A6 or A6+, expect the same update to start hitting the two models very soon as well. The thing is that the Galaxy A9 Star Lite is the rebranded Chinese version of the Galaxy A6+ and that means the update for the A6+ should go live any day now. The more interesting question is, where is the June security patch for the Galaxy S9 and S9+? In spite of being the latest flagship smartphones in the company's arsenal, Samsung has not been very regular or prompt with updating the two devices and that is raising some questions. On the other hand, this also shows that Samsung does not restrict security patches from rolling out to low - mid range phones, just because the same for the more expensive devices are not yet ready.


Saikat Kar


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