1. Facebook App
The Facebook Application is a Fluid-built web browser, designed to encourage you to use Facebook more and more! The icon was created by the amazing artist known as “gesamtbild” on Flickr.
This application is totally free, it’s just designed to make you use Facebook more by placing an icon in your dock!
Mac Face is a Facebook notification application for Mac OS X. Once installed onto your computer, Mac Face will notify you when you have new messages, pokes, friend requests and event invitations from facebook!
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Facile interacts with your Facebook account, allowing you to view your friends’ statuses as well as update your own. It is like Tweetie for Facebook, but uglier. Facile could use a lot more development (I don’t have the time). The source code is available at github, but I will warn you that it is very rough around the edges. It currently runs on OS X Tiger and higher.
The latest version is Facile 0.0.6.
PhotoBook is a Facebook photo browser. It makes it easy and fun to manage, share, and view your friends’ Facebook photos in one intuitive interface.
- View photos of friends or albums on a single page.
- Quickly view photos with tags and other information all in the same window.
- Watch slideshows with amazing transitions.
- Import photos or entire albums into iPhoto with one click.
- Filter through photos or albums instantly with as-you-type search.
Best of all, it’s completely free!
For Mac OS X, Adds Notifications to your desktop, alerting you when interesting activity happens on Facebook!
Note: This software is experimental and has only been tested on Mac OS X 10.5