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Facebook for iPad is Here, For Real This Time


Remember the secret Facebook iPad app that leaked in late July? It was hidden inside the code for Facebook’s iPhone app, so of course someone found it and then everyone reported on it. There were all kinds of bugs, which was to be expected for something not even released yet.

Well, after months of speculation, Facebook has released their iPad app and it’s for real this time. See, they even have a dedicated page for it here. Are you saying “It’s about dang time”?

The team at Facebook is calling it a new way to experience Facebook with bigger and better photos, games on the go and more.

Here are a few of the features you’ll enjoy when you download the app:

  • Play games in full screen mode, thanks to Facebook Platform for mobile devices and iOS
  • Fast navigation – tap, pinch or slide to get from one place to another
  • A drop down menu to easily send messages
  • Less on the screen, which allows you to focus on what really matters
  • Big, hi-res photos with easy flip through – like a real photo album
  • Supports HD video

Have you downloaded the Facebook iPad app yet? If so, tell us your thoughts on it in the comment section below.

Dedicate Your Status with the Facebook App 9/11 Memorial


Yesterday (September 7th) a new Facebook app built by Involver was released. The Facebook 9/11 Memorial app will remember the victims who lost their lives on September 11, 2001.

Facebook is collaborating with The National September 11 Memorial & Museum by asking members to dedicate their status updates or profile photos in remembrance of those who lost their lives on 9/11/01.

When you select to dedicate your status or profile picture, the app will select from 3,000 victims and will dedicate it to a single person. You will also have the option to choose an individual you would like to dedicate your Facebook status to. The 3,000 victims includes those from the World Trade Center and Pentagon attacks, the passengers of Flight 93 and the six who were killed at the February 1993 World Trade Center bombing.

I’m looking forward to seeing Facebook covered with dedicated statuses and pictures this September 11th, which is the 10 anniversary of the attacks.

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