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Facebook updated to version 3.2.0.12 for BlackBerry smartphones

 

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It's that time again for a Facebook update for BlackBerry smartphones. We don't see a huge amount of new stuff in this version but any improvement is a good thing as far as I'm concerned. Facebook has had a good run in the Beta Zone lately so you can expect this to be a solid build. Updates include:

New to version 3.2.0.12 are the following features:

  • Enhanced Birthday Feature: Customize how your BlackBerry smartphone will integrate birthdays into your calendar. Receive a friendly daily reminder, with the ability to directly write on a friend's wall to wish them Happy Birthday.
  • Improved Event Management: View Facebook event information and RSVP to events, as well as post comments to an event wall, view profiles of invited guests and receive event notifications.
  • Updated Navigation Grid: Quickly and easily access key features such as your News Feed and Profile with updated icons. The Profile icon is now your current profile picture for a personalized touch. 

You can grab the update free in BlackBerry App World from the link below. Thanks to @dwdsquared2!

More information/Download Facebook for BlackBerry smartphones

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Facebook updated to version 3.2.0.12 for BlackBerry smartphones
James Richardson
Thu, 13 Sep 2012 13:08:21 GMT

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