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Facebook to focus on Mobile users in 2011

According to the Facebook CTO Bret Taylor, the company will be focusing on mobile in 2011, specifically when it comes to delivering a consistent user experience across mobile platforms.
Taylor revealed at the Inside Social Apps conference in San Francisco, to Justin Smith of Inside Network that Facebook will be re-implementing many of its mobile websites and applications so they feel the same, no matter how they’re accessed.
At present, Facebook has many mobile platforms. It has applications for Blackberry, iPhone and Android, but it also has touch.facebook.com (its touch-based site), m.facebook.com (its feature phone site), and 0.Facebook.com, a lightweight website with no data fees, designed for countries where wireless access is expensive. One of the goals of Facebook in 2011 is to standardize the look and feel of all of the applications and mobile websites. HTML5 will play a critical role in creating a consistent user experience.
This is the reason why users can feel really overwhelmed when trying to access the site via mobile as there are so many different mobile platforms.

 “We’re focused on rolling it out to as many people as possible,” Taylor said, adding that Places is, “going really well.” He also said that the company will have some interesting stats to release soon. He said this in the context to develop health of Facebook Places, its geosocial product and geolocation. Absence