Published: February 13, 2018 five:22 pm
Reliance JioPhone, which has controlled to seize the highest percentage in India’s function telephone marketplace, will now have its own Facebook app. Jio showed that the Facebook will be to be had at the Jio function telephone from February 14, which is the next day to come. According to Jio, this new model of the Facebook app is constructed specifically for Jio KaiOS, which is what powers the JioPhone. The corporate states the inclusion of Facebook on JioPhone will open up the social community to doable 50 crore function telephone customers in India.
According to Jio, the Facebook app at the JioPhone will display notifications, movies, and hyperlinks to exterior content material. The corporate additionally claims the app has been additionally optimised to effectively accommodate the cursor serve as on JioPhone. News Feed, Photos, and so on will be supported at the Facebook app on Jio Phone. The Facebook App will be to be had at the JioPhone App retailer for downloads. Currently the JioPhone is restricted to apps from the telecom participant itself.
Previously Google had introduced a model of its Google voice assistant for the JioPhone, although it has but to roll out. The Google Assistant for JioPhone used to be introduced in December 2017 on the Google for India tournament. Earlier leaks and stories have additionally claimed that WhatsApp, which is owned through Facebook, will actually have a model for the JioPhone.
“As promised, JioPhone will be home to the world’s leading applications, starting with Facebook. Jio, the world’s largest mobile data network, is built to empower every Indian with the power of data and JioPhone is an integral part of this Jio movement,” stated Akash Ambani, Director, Jio in a press remark.
“We are excited about our partnership with Jio and the opportunity to provide the best possible Facebook experience for millions of people using JioPhone. Working with partners like Jio, we want to make sure everyone, everywhere has the opportunity to enjoy the benefits of being connected,” Francisco Varela, Vice President of Mobile Partnerships, Facebook stated in a press remark.
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