Social networking site Friendster has launched a free global mobile site, m.friendster.com. Accessible from any Web-enabled mobile device, users of m.friendster.com can get updates on friends, check messages, review requests, post shoutouts, browse photos, browse profiles, search for users by name or e-mail, post bulletins and more.
The company says it has more than 70 million users around the globe, and is the top social network in Asia. Friendster said that its mobile site is the first in a suite of soon-to-come mobile offerings. Though the service is free for users, data charges still apply.
“Our users have asked for a mobile site that makes staying in touch with friends while on the go even easier. We’ve taken our most popular core social networking features and made them easy to use via mobile devices at m.friendster.com,” said David Jones, vice president of global marketing for Friendster, in a statement.