Facebook's Timeline Spreads to Androids and Mobile Web
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Dec 15, 2011, 1:20 PM by Eric M. Zeman
updated Dec 15, 2011, 1:24 PM
Facebook today indicated that its new Timeline feature is available not only on desktop computers, but also on Android smartphones via the Facebook application and within the browsers of mobile devices. Once users set up Timeline through their online account, it will automatically filter down to the Android Facebook app version 1.8.1 and most mobile browsers when they are pointed to m.facebook.com. Users will see their own Timeline as well as the Timelines of their friends once they enable Timeline. Facebook explains that users will see their own cover photo and then the reverse chronological events of their lives as they scroll down. Photos will appear larger, and tagged Facebook friends will be more prominently displayed in Timelines. Photo albums can be accessed by swiping sideways without leaving the timeline. The Timeline feature is free to use.
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