iPhone – The Next Generation of Social Applications

Facebook has recently been recognized as number#1 in all time free apps in the iPhone app store. Popularity of Facebook for iPhone is constantly exceeding with 7 million monthly active users, comprising 25% of 30 million mobile users. Usage metrics and engagement curve reveals that iPhone is undoubtedly the future of social applications. An amalgamation of the growing trend of iPhone usage and increasing engagement through Facebook has opened new horizons for advertisers as well.

iPhone apps are available for free as well as on download, charging usually between $0.99 to $2.99. Be it free or charged, these apps are swiftly making their way into millions of users. Facebook is on its way to uncover layers of dynamism one by one. Initiating from Facebook for mobile, second in the row was Facebook for iPhone and then easy connectivity via Facebook connect. Finally Facebook connect for iPhone turned in taking connectivity to a next level all together. This wonder gizmo is breaking all barriers one by one to extend reach and enhance engagement while it refuses to halt.

Photo viewer, message composer and web image views are few of the profitable Facebook iPhone applications. Photo sharing happens to be an exceedingly interactive feature that worked fighting fit on Facebook itself and later became the most downloaded iPhone app. All in all these iPhone apps have changed the way we live and continue to do so.

The first solid info anyone heard about the iPhone was in December of 2004, when news started to trickle out that Apple had been working on a phone device with Motorola as its manufacturing partner. About ten months later, under the shadow of the best-selling iPod nano, that ballyhooed device debuted — the ROKR E1 — a bastard product that Apple never put any weight behind, and that Motorola was quick to forget.

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