Not everyone realizes that you can get to the Facebook login home page from the full site and not only the mobile version or the app for iOS or Android. The page takes you to the same place.
The confusion comes mostly from the newer users of social media that have installed the app on their iPhone or Android. Same for the Windows phone. But the truth is the Facebook login on the home page in your web browser will take you to the same profile as your phone does.
To get to the home page of the login to Facebook visit this link https://www.facebook.com/ and if you are mobile you can use the same one. It will redirect you to the right place to sign in.
Facebook’s user growth continues to amaze everyone. People love social media and it shows. Google Plus is quickly catching up as more people start to register and create new profiles, many of which already use Gmail for their email will have a profile already created.
At last count, Facebook has over 1 billion users, yes billion with a big B. Over 800 million of those are using the mobile version of the social media utility. This means that many people have the potential to be confused about the Facebook login home page and app version being different. There is a web version and there is a app one also. This article will clear up that confusion.
If you are wanting to use the app method you can get the mobile login versions at https://www.facebook.com/mobile/ at which I posted the URL direct from Facebook instead of the Apple App Store or Google Android Store links because they are subject to change without notice. Facebook will keep the most up to date links at https://www.facebook.com/mobile/ for you. If you are on your phone you can search the stores directly and install from there.
When you reading this from a desktop, laptop, or even tablet device then go to login at the home page of Facebook on https://www.facebook.com/ directly. Any status updates, likes, or shares you do from there will update automatically everywhere else you use Facebook at.
You can see the home page from a desktop point of view below.