It’s no secret that the Facebook application is a real gap in terms of autonomy and performance. But fortunately it is not necessary to install it to be able to use the social network completely. Here’s how to use Facebook without the app. You’ll see it’s much better.
Facebook Application Without Much Better
Our colleagues from Android Central have published a very interesting editorial concerning the use of the Facebook application. We found it very interesting and wished to share it with you.
If you use Facebook daily you should surely have noticed that the app was the one that consumed the most battery on your Android smartphone. This problem is known but Facebook has still not done the necessary to lighten it all.
There is the Facebook Lite application to alleviate all this but there is also another way much more friendly and complete: simply use the web version of Facebook in the browser.
To do this simply launch Chrome and go to the Facebook site in its mobile version which, unlike the application is very well optimized.
What about notifications
And notifications then? One can easily imagine that using the mobile version of Facebook does not receive notifications. Think again.
Facebook chrome notifications
An option in Chrome allows you to accept or not receive notifications from the mobile version of Facebook. The first time you visit the site via the browser you will be asked whether you agree to receive notifications from this website. You will only have to accept to receive all your notifications. Not bad is not it ?
And Facebook Messenger?
Facebook is also Facebook Messenger. But unlike the application of the social network its messaging, now distinct, is not so energy-intensive and has little impact on performance.
So you can install Facebook Messenger (or continue using it) without any problem, everything will work perfectly even if you use Facebook in web version.
Read also: All the tricks of Facebook Messenger you don’t know
We have obviously put this little trick into practice and we must recognize that it is effective. There is a real improvement in terms of autonomy and performance (tested on a Nexus 5). The Facebook application for now is ancient history. And you, will you try the experience? Do you already use Facebook in its web version? What do you think ?