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Facebook has announced a new Android app called Facebook Lite, which is a version of Facebook built from scratch to work smoothly with poor data connections and low-end phones. It’s an app for the entire world, namely developing countries where data connectivity is hard to come by. But as we all know, Facebook knows a lot of information about you, and their Android app is one of the ways they collect your data. Is the Facebook Lite app any better? What about the general user experience? Would it ever be worth it for someone with a stable and fast Internet connection to download Facebook Lite? Let’s take an in-depth look at this app and answer all of those questions. As a download, facebook lite download gratis is under 1MB, and once installed, it takes up 2.82MB of space on my device. Compare that to the amount of space regular Facebook takes up, which is 195MB. This is not an insubstantial difference. Additionally, Facebook Lite doesn’t preload photos in the way that Facebook does. Instead, it downloads low-res versions of photos that you can scroll through in your timeline, and if you actually tap on one, then it will download the higher resolution version. Likewise, when uploading photos, the images are compressed and sent in the background so that the user doesn’t have to stare at an uploading screen for minutes at a time. Facebook Lite isn’t just a wrapper for the mobile website — it’s a completely redesigned app. The status posting feature has been moved up into the top of the app (rather than a floating button in the bottom right), which means that the search bar has been shrunk down into a button. In all honesty, the layout isn’t worse; it’s just different. You still have the same basic tabs — News Feed, Friends Requests, Messages, Notifications, Search, and Options — you just can’t swipe between them; you have to tap them. >>> See more: Download Extra Lite For Facebook Gratis There is generally bigger text and buttons, which is intended for devices with low resolution screens. It still has a semi-modern look with white cards over a grey background — there’s just no real shading effect behind them. In the notification panel below, you can see that the Lite version doesn’t feature the profile photos of anyone, instead opting for small, low-res images to denote whether someone liked or commented on something. The only thing a bit off is that there’s no border between the notifications and the sides of the screen, making it feel squished. Scrolling through the Lite app is noticeably jerkier than scrolling through regular Facebook. It’s clear that they made some cuts to allow it to function properly on devices with low RAM and low CPU power. Other “features” have been removed, like Facebook’s in-app browser that many people disable anyway >>> you can read more: 200 juta pengguna adalah angka yang mengesankan dari aplikasi Facebook lite Gratis