Are you one who cannot live without your social network account working in full swing? If you have answered in the affirmative, chances are you own a smartphone or tablet (most probably the former) which also sees most use of the Facebook app, even more so than the phone and text messaging functions themselves. Well, Windows Phone users, here is some good news for you – the Facebook for Windows Phone has just gotten an update to version 2.8, and while there was no change log listed down in the release, those who have given the app a software version bump would do us a great favor if you could share any of the more notable changes that you have experienced. We do know that its previous update (version 2.7, of course) came with its fair share of bug fixes and performance improvements, so we figure that the same can be said of version 2.8 as well.
What you see above are screenshots of Facebook for Windows Phone running on Windows Phone 7.8, and it seems that one is able to conjure a double-wide tile on the double (sorry, I could not resist that), while it will rely on your banner image or last status update to make up the banner’s content.
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