Sony Ericsson to integrate Facebook’s single sign-on across future Android range

by XB on 26th January 2011

in Applications


Sony EricssonSony Ericsson is the first manufacturer to announce that all future Xperia Android handsets will have integrated Facebook support built-in. This means that the Facebook app will be pre-installed, without you having to fish it out of the Android market.

Facebook’s single sign-on will also be supported, enabling you to be automatically signed in for any apps that rely on your Facebook account (like the mobile version of FarmVille for example). Apparently there will be an optional initial walkthrough for single sign-on as part of the phone setup. The company didn’t say when this would be hitting handsets, although we imagine it will be a given for the Xperia arc and other new handsets announced at MWC.

Via All Facebook.

  • Abc

    you’re not first i am

  • Asad

    I dont use facebook at all so this is useless to me…

    Abc I never said I was first ………….. LOL

  • distributor

    SE Rocks

  • jimbo

    All I can can say is fuck off facebook, I’m not letting you near my phone to monitor what I do and where I am, so you can make money.

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  • APai

    how do i remove facebook and all its traces from the phone ? suppose I do not want facebook, is there am easy way to remove that creepy software thats baked into my phone ?

  • zeta91

    ok, se rocks windows live

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