Latin America Phones

On May 18, Sid Murlidhar commented on the blog of Facebook, the social network with more members on the planet, 0 Facebook launch. SID was not referring to a new cola drink low calorie and ecological consciousness. 0 Facebook is a new beta of the social network exclusively focused on Smartphones. To deepen your understanding Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is the source. 0 Facebook is optimized to be more agile and fast, does not eliminate social tools that we use and we know in the web version of the application, but modifies your interface with the user. Connect with other leaders such as Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions here. Mary Meeker of Morgan Stanley predicted that the future of communication in the coming years is closely linked with social networks and the spread of mobile phones, in this case the smart phones. It is not flashy Facebook bet then strong to the mobile content market.

0 Facebook aims to optimize the experience of these users and not necessarily from a great infrastructure, but by optimizing the content. Because Internet access by mobile, from different parts of the world, may become slow or simply too expensive, Facebook has developed this system where navigation and content is limited to text only. Rapido.ademas keep most of the current commands of the mobile application, images are not downloaded to the cell to be not explicitly requested by the user, thus allowing a pure text interface but with classic look we know Facebook. Gratis.Gracias to the aid of some mobile operators around the world, users can access 0 Facebook without access or data transfer costs. The single user will pay for access to the mobile network, when you try to look at images and content outside the application of the launch of Facebook 0 text currently account with 50 mobile operators around the world, but this number promises to increase in the future. In Latin America the free service is already active in the following countries: Bolivia, Brazil, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua.

This may be a trend on the rise, since many third world countries with a large number of users of mobile phones and smart phones that are forced to not use the service for the costs of data transmissions.