Jul 19 AT 4:49 PM Edgar Cervantes 7 Comments

Friendcaster receives major update, now a full-on Facebook app for Honeycomb

Everyone and their mother uses Facebook (literally), including tablet owners. The official Facebook app is not optimized for Honeycomb devices, though, and tablet users have resorted to third-party Facebook apps for their day-to-day networking. Friendcaster Tab is the first Facebook app to be tablet-optimized, but the fact is it left much to be desired. Many of us migrated to Friend Me, a full Facebook app with friends, messages, photos, events and so on. However, the folks from OneLouder Apps have been working to make Friendcaster Tab a stronger competitor, and their app has received a major update. Friendcaster is now a full-on tablet-optimized Facebook app with many of the features you were asking for.

Friendcaster Tab is still currently in Beta testing, so it will probably have bugs here and there. The app is free, though, and you can get rid of the (very annoying) advertisement simply by sharing the app on your Facebook News Feed. After using it for about 20 minutes, I haven’t had any problems.

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The app grants you access to many Facebook features. Aside from your News Feed, you can access your Profile, Friends, Photos, Check-in (a very cool feature that works great), Messages, Groups, Events and Pages. The developer states they will be adding a widget in a few days, which will enhance the experience even more.

We can’t wait to see the app when fully released. Without a doubt, Friendcaster is (and will be) a great option, and Friend Me now has some good competition. It’s definitely worth a look, so head over to the Market and check it out! We’d like to know what you guys think. Do you like the new Friendcaster? Do you prefer Friend Me? How do you prefer to access Facebook on your Honeycomb tablet?

 

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Hello, I am Edgar Cervantes. I am an avid Android fan, and keeping myself updated on the topic is part of my daily life. I will always work hard to give the best of me to our community of Android enthusiasts, and I am very honored to be part of this ship. Hopefully we can all enjoy sharing our knowledge and opinions!

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  • http://Website 5nd

    primeiro!

  • BiGMERF

    Just just like friend me.. Not a fan of the half sceern look.. would prefer a full page look. O well, Hey handmark. Can we get a g+ variant?

  • http://maxtechnewz.blogspot.com max

    i just got it and probably will do an app review

  • HipHopIsLyfe37

    Apparently the app won’t download because it isn’t supported in the U.S.?? Why does my Asus Transformer think I’m in a different country?

  • http://Website Jose G

    I jus got my tablet o ver the weekend (proud owner of Asus transformer) and I’ve been usuing tweetdeck as sub. For FB but lacked features so far I’m loving friends caster

  • http://www.snapanda.com Brad Patterson

    Thanks for the tip. Now downloading ;-)

  • http://Website Splendor

    The FriendCaster developer is one of the hardest working developers I’ve seen on Android. The app is constantly being updated and always works great. I think this is truly remarkable considering how difficult Facebook seems to make things for developers.

  1. 5ndGuest 4 years ago

    primeiro!

  2. Just just like friend me.. Not a fan of the half sceern look.. would prefer a full page look. O well, Hey handmark. Can we get a g+ variant?

  3. maxGuest 4 years ago

    i just got it and probably will do an app review

  4. Apparently the app won’t download because it isn’t supported in the U.S.?? Why does my Asus Transformer think I’m in a different country?

  5. Jose GGuest 4 years ago

    I jus got my tablet o ver the weekend (proud owner of Asus transformer) and I’ve been usuing tweetdeck as sub. For FB but lacked features so far I’m loving friends caster

  6. Brad PattersonGuest 4 years ago

    Thanks for the tip. Now downloading ;-)

  7. SplendorGuest 4 years ago

    The FriendCaster developer is one of the hardest working developers I’ve seen on Android. The app is constantly being updated and always works great. I think this is truly remarkable considering how difficult Facebook seems to make things for developers.