28.8 million people used the Facebook iPhone app in the last month.
That’s about a third of the 75+ million iPhone and iPod touch devices that have been shipped so far — a huge percentage of phones. Most super-successful iPhone apps only have a fraction of Facebook’s users.
That also represents about 7% of Facebook’s roughly 400 million users.
Next up: Facebook will figure out how to add location-based services to its app, and maybe even add ads to it.
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