Facebook’s in-app browser might not be something you’ve ever given much thought to. With a new version of the browser in testing that looks to encroach further into Chrome/Firefox/Edge/Safari territory, now might be the time to get those questions answered. …
Does Facebook have its own web browser?
Facebook doesn’t make a standalone browser: It just runs an in-app browser for users to access the web via Facebook’s app.
How do I get to the Facebook browser?
If you have a phone with web access, enter m.facebook.com into your web browser. On most phones, you can access the internet browser from your phone’s menu. To save time, you can add Facebook to your phone’s bookmarks. Keep in mind that the Facebook mobile site is the version that works with most mobile browsers.
What browser does Facebook use now?
Try one of these options to have a better experience on Facebook. The browsers Facebook does support: Internet Explorer, Firefox and Opera.
Should I use Facebook app or browser?
The Facebook application is the best in terms of energy consumption, with an overall score of 14.06 mAh to 26.33 mAh, i.e. 39% less battery consumption compared to its web version. … It is therefore the web version of Facebook that should be preferred!
How do I change my browser on Facebook?
Change the Default Facebook Browser
In the Facebook app, tap the three-line menu icon at the top right corner, then scroll down to Settings & Privacy -> Settings. Scroll down to Media. At the very bottom, you should see “Links open externally”. Check this box to enable it.