Drive the Facebook app at a fast pace on your iPhone. Earlier the app had few takers on this device because it was a mere web browser using an Objective-C shell. Since a lot of data was being dragged from the web regularly, the loading time was just unbearable for the users. The new and revamped Facebook app might see the light of the day once iPhone5 is launched. This app will be much more athletic with a liberal use of Objective-C. It implies that the hardware of the device will also be utilized more extensively. The application gets all its functionalities directly. This is the reason why the much anticipated app would be able to grab little information from the web.
If you are on your Facebook Wall and willing to check the news feed, the current version of the app has to load that particular feed. If you are returning back to your wall, the entire wall feed will have to reloaded all over again. iPhone users have been facing this nightmare ever since the social media giant created this app sans any uniqueness in the use of programming language.
Well this app has been the result of a good deal of research and thorough testing by a strong manpower at Facebook. With the speed factor becoming indispensable for all apps across mobile phones, Facebook was losing the race to its competitors across various domains. Techies are of the view that the look and other aspects of the app will be the same.
This vital step has brewed fresh anticipations of a similar up gradation of Facebook app on other mobile phones as well. The present state of affairs prior to this ‘speed up’ has resulted in negative reviews on major app development stores. Facebook engineers were desperate to give the app the much needed speed since the company earns a huge chunk of revenue from apps globally.