Facebook Lite will soon available for developed countries, including US



Facebook Lite launched in 2015 as a way for people in countries with unreliable internet access to use Facebook quickly and efficiently.

It's not clear whether Facebook's "lite" push into developed nations will eventually include its other lite app, Messenger Lite.

For those unfamiliar, Facebook Lite is a more pared down version of the full Facebook app.

However, the app still has all of the main Facebook app's core features, such as its News Feed, along with status updates, photos, notifications and other options.

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It will also now be available in Canada, Australia, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Ireland and New Zealand.

In a report from Reuters, it appears that Facebook will be bringing its Facebook Lite app to markets such as the US. There are many things to like about this product - it doesn't take up as much space, it's more conservative with mobile data usage, it works with older versions of Android, and it plays well with older, under-powered phones. This is significantly less when compared to the few hundred MB that the regular Facebook app requires.

Facebook has been constantly working to make a better contribution to the society.

Initially released in India and then in other countries in Asia, Africa, and Europe, those who did not officially have Facebook Lite had to make do with downloading it from APK sources, which we all know is not always that safe.

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