Facebook is finally closing in on the mobile launch of Graph Search

During the Facebook Q4 earnings call earlier this week, Mark Zuckerberg hinted that Graph Search for mobile devices is in development, though he wouldn’t go into specifics about when it would launch. “Pretty soon,” he said, “I think you should expect us to roll out the mobile version of this.” It turns out the company is already in the process of testing the functionality, and some users are already seeing the changes.

Facebook is finally closing in on the mobile launch of Graph Search, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said Wednesday. The news comes more than a year after the company trotted out Graph Search as a radical new way to search for people, places, photos, and interests on the social network’s Web site. The chief of the world’s largest social network, now with more than 1.23 billion monthly active users, made the better-late-than-never revelation during the company’s fourth-quarter earnings call with analysts.

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