Facebook has launched it's App Center. This feature is available for web and mobile and it aims to make it easier for users to find apps and share them with friends. Although most mobiles come with a native app store installed, it will be interesting to see how much popularity will the App Center gain.
Customization is a key feature for the App Center. The app, using knowledge from your Facebook profile, offers every users a personal recommendations and suggestions for applications and it lets you browse apps your friends use
Installing mobile apps is as easy as possible. You can send apps you have on your computer to your mobile device use the „Send to Mobile” feature and if the mobile app requires a download, you'll be sent to install it from the Apple App Store or Google Play.
"To make it easier to find social apps for mobile, the App Center is available in the Facebook iOS and Android apps, as well as Facebook.com„ Facebook wrote.
Every app in the App Center has screenshots and a detailed description, so you can learn more about it before installing it. It helps you control your privacy by showing the information an app needs and letting you choose who can see your activity on Facebook. If you decide you want to use an app, you can get started directly from the App Center.
Developers should be very excited with this move. Facebook apps already benefit from the large user-base, App Center giving even more exposure.
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