Facebook's Friendship Pages Hit Mobile, Coming to Apps Soon

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Facebook has begun to roll out their "Friendship Pages" on the mobile web, and they should be appearing on Facebook's native apps soon.

Friendship pages allow you to view your history with any other user, including your mutual likes, photos you're tagged in together, posts you've exchanged, mutual friends, and more. Facebook debuted Friendship Pages back in 2010, but gave them a major update in November 2012 that brought them firmly into the Timeline era.

Starting now, users will begin to see the option to access Friendship Pages roll out on m.facebook.com.

Facebook confirmed that the new Timeline-inspired Friendship Pages will be rolling out to the iOS and Android apps "in the coming months."

On the mobile site there are a handful of places where you'll see a link to Friendship Pages. Those include news feed stories about Timeline posts and Gifts, any Timeline posts between you and the friend, and life events. You can also access a Friendship Page via a menu on the specific friend's Timeline.

As of now, the mobile Friendship Pages do not allow for customization of live events or cover photos.

[via Inside Facebook]
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