The Good Facebook for Android is fast and includes nearly all of the same features you'll find on the website.
The Bad You can no longer send messages with this app, and including a URL in your post does not automatically add a preview snippet.
The Bottom Line The official Facebook app is, without question, the best way to access the social network from your Android device.
The best way to use Facebook on the go
Editors' note, October 27, 2014: This review was updated to cover features added in the latest version of the app.
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