Do you use your Cellphone to Login Facebook and Friendster?

@sdas86 (6076)
Malaysia
December 25, 2008 11:59pm CST
Hi, I tried to login to my Facebook and Friendster. It works and it is quite good. The only problem is that it doesn't show photos. Do you use your cellphone to login to Facebook or Friendster?
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8 responses
@bjcyrix (6857)
• Philippines
27 Dec 08
Nope I dont use the phone for internet surfing actually. It does have that feature but using the computer internet connection is waay better. Those profiles can wait a bit more for me to come home and check on them. At least for me anyway so I just use my phone for the primary reason of texting and calling. The other extra features like music and camera whenever I need them but mainly its for call/text. There are those people who might be waiting for an important message from a friend or something so utilizing the mobile use of checking the profiles might be the best way to go. that just not me though.
@sdas86 (6076)
• Malaysia
27 Dec 08
Hi, I will use my phone to check facebook because sometimes, I am lazy to switch on my laptop.
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@bjcyrix (6857)
• Philippines
30 Dec 08
Hahaha, I so know the feeling.
@ratyz5 (7831)
• Philippines
26 Dec 08
Though I know that my mobile phone can also login to Facebook or Friendster, I really don't do it at all. Aside from it costing me too much, the displays isn't really taht satisfying. Why go with a small screen if you can use an actual computer? Then again, others would say that's its a matter of convenience that you can browse with your phone but, if I don't get satisfied, I won't try it again at all.
@sdas86 (6076)
• Malaysia
26 Dec 08
Hi, Sometimes, I will use my phone to check Facebook because switching on computer will take a lot of time.
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@ratyz5 (7831)
• Philippines
26 Dec 08
So that's one of the conveniences that you can point out when browsing such sites on mobile phones (^_^ )
• Philippines
27 Dec 08
hello sdas86, i haven't tried login in to any of those sites that you have mentioned using my mobile phone. i would want to but i always forget on trying those features. hehehehhe
@sdas86 (6076)
• Malaysia
29 Dec 08
Hi, Anyway, you can try when you are not at home or not having computer with you.
@savypat (20248)
• United States
26 Dec 08
No our cell is used for emergencies only. We are older and don't need to be in contact all the time, but family has instructed us to have our cell on at all times when we are gone. Since they worry, this is the least we can do. Happy New Year
@sdas86 (6076)
• Malaysia
26 Dec 08
Hi, Thanks for the response. Happy new year to you too.
• United States
26 Dec 08
No I don't use my cellphone to log onto to these sites. A new site that is raging is Twitter. You post what you are doing and your friends post what they are doing. Just everyday things.
@sdas86 (6076)
• Malaysia
26 Dec 08
Hi, I will use it to login to my Facebook when I feel lazy to switch on my laptop.
@bhanusb (5709)
• India
26 Dec 08
I'm a member of Facebook.I successfully log in my cellphone.But I fill very uncomfort.So I use my computer to log in Facebook.
@sdas86 (6076)
• Malaysia
26 Dec 08
Hi, I feel that using cellphone to login to Facebook is quite fast and easy. Anywa, I still like using computer to login because it has more features.
@jmp_72 (246)
• Seychelles
26 Dec 08
Yes i use facebook on my cellphone and i can see photos too. Maybe the cellphone you are using doesn't support photo. I am using a Nokia 6500 slide.
@sdas86 (6076)
• Malaysia
26 Dec 08
Hi, Maybe I need to check the settings of my phone to make it shows photos.
@coolcat123 (4392)
• India
26 Dec 08
I usually open my Facebook account through my GRPS enabled handsets to view any new messages or comment sent to me.It really feels me good that I can view my account through my mobile itself and wont have to open my computer to view it as it takes long time.
@sdas86 (6076)
• Malaysia
26 Dec 08
You are right. It is much faster to use a cellphone to login to Facebook using cellphone. We do not need to switch on our computer to check our Facebook.