HP has develops a Facebook application for its TouchPad shelf under WebOS

July 1, 2011 at 6:30 am Leave a comment

Technology – the WebOS shelf which will arrive dé goal July in France will be lancé E with an application Facebook spé cialement dé veloppé E by HP.

Whereas the users da?? iPad always waits until
Facebook left a adaptA©e application has  the shelf, HP took the initiative in
making him-my? me it work.

TechCrunch obtained laA confirmationA qua?? a Facebook application had A©tA©
dA©veloppA©e spA©cialement by HP for saA  . On the captures da?? A©cran publiA©es, one dA©couvre one
panel rA©tractable placA© on the left cA/tA© which contains the accA¨s
principauxA: wire da?? actualitA©, messages, A©vA¨nements, friends, photographs and places.

the wire da?? actualitA© can has? tre affichA© of maniA¨re traditional in the form of flow or
in mosaA? that, which looks after a little more the prA©sentation of the texts and the images.
?? does application apparently fully benefit from?? A©cran 9,7 of TouchPad,
in particular for the function photo which prA©sente clichA©s in form
da?? albums.

One does not know yet if it will be prA©installA©e on the shelf or
proposA©e in tA©lA©chargement. TouchPad must leave to France in the current
premiA¨re week of July. Two modA¨les will be commercialisA©s: 16 Go has 
479 euros and 32 Go has  579 euros. (Eureka Press)

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