The ‘F’ of Facebook !!!

With more than 500 million active users, over 900 millions objects that user interact with on any given day. This will just be another statical figure from the past, every single time this blog is visited. With Facebook transforming its face from the very first day when it went live from the dorm of Harvard University, its global presence and fascia has evolved since then.

So now what is the ‘F’ of the Facebook refer to you…for me and to you all it must refer to as the

“Future of the Facebook”

With more than 250 million users accessing Facebook profile on a daily basis, what else does it plan now? The answer to this question was answered a few days ago, with Facebook acquiring Snaptu for $70 million.

Snaptu’s Factsheet
Founded in 2007, an Israel based company.
Service offering: J2EM Mobile Applications which can run on any phone.

Facebook aims at launching the Facebook apps, which is compatible with every phone. So if you are wondering how does the real math’s work up to, this is how…it will

Mobile sales soared by 31.8% during 2010.
5.3 billion mobile subscribers ie 77% of the world population.
Percentage of mobile Web users who never or infrequently use the desktop Web as per mobiThinking:
Egypt 70%, India 59%, South Africa 57%, Indonesia 44%, Thailand 32%, China 30%, US 25%, UK 22%, Russia 19%.

The data includes users who access web via smart phone, PDA’s or the regular phones. With Java, a common feature available on any phone now a days. You can actually guess, what it would mean Facebook’s Future.

Doesn’t it look GoooooooooooD !!!

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My world around me, what I see and what we all see, is always from a different perspective. The more we share the more we know. The more we commit in doing it the more we learn. "We can't so well learn from others mistakes, so make a few of your own"

Posted on March 23, 2011, in Acquistions, Apps, Mobile, Networking, Social and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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