Native facebook app vs Market Facebook

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    The builtin facebook app (motoblur version) is somewhat interesting, although very fractionated throughout the UI. Would there be any conficts when installing the facebook app from market, Although that app is very much maligned it still functions as a totla product as opposed to the aforementioned..it also offers some benefits such as facebook specific notification and LED indicator.
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    none at all. I prefer the facebook for android app anyways, as you can do more on it or even the one on the browser. But no, there won't be compatibility issues.

    (PS - Is fractionated really a word? I'm no english major by any stretch...)
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    frac·tion·ate (fr[​IMG]k[​IMG]sh[​IMG]-n[​IMG]t[​IMG])
    tr.v. frac·tion·at·ed, frac·tion·at·ing, frac·tion·ates 1. To divide or separate into parts; break up: "In the post-Watergate era, power has been fractionated on Capitol Hill" (Evan Thomas).
    2. To separate (a chemical compound) into components, as by distillation or crystallization.