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This article was published on February 10, 2015

Facebook brings app to India

Facebook brings app to India

Just three weeks after launching its Android app in Ghana, Facebook is bringing the free app to India with nearly 40 services in tow.

Facebook has partnered with mobile operator Reliance Communications to make the app available in six states: Tamil Nadu, Mahararashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Kerala, and Telangana.

Through the app, mobile users will be able to access a host of news, health, travel, sports, and local government and job information in English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Gujarati and Marathi.

Internet org India article

Besides Facebook, the roster of services includes Aaj Tak news, AccuWeather, AP Speaks, Babajob, BabyCenter & MAMA, BBC News, Bing Search, Cleartrip,, ESPN CricInfo, Girl Effect, HungamaPlay, Maalai Malar Tamil news, OLX, Reuters Market Lite, TimesJobs, Wikipedia and wikiHow.

Those sites are also available to Reliance customers for free at on any mobile device, and via Opera Mini and UC Browser on Android. App Now Available in India [Facebook Newsroom]

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