Facebook(er) is an application that can help people who constantly check their Facebook account for new updates and then find themselves lost in an unproductive browsing frenzy. Users have quick access to the latest notifications but the huge wall of friends’ updates and other useless elements are not displayed anymore.
Facebook(er) is installed with ease and users just have to spend a few seconds in order to configure it. The utility is a gadget, actually, and it makes use of the Konfabulator engine in order to run. It uses almost no resources and it can be instantly refreshed or be set up to pull updates at certain time periods. Users do not have to share their login credentials with the app as the logging in is made with the aid of an authentication key created on Facebook’s website.
After the key is provided, Facebook(er) can integrate with one’s account and it can be left in place on the desktop. It will show a notification whenever one is received on the user’s account, even if it is from a friend request or just from an event invitation. Users have a series of customization options in order to change the design of the app and make it go along with the desktop.