People have been more dependent on their smartphones to fulfill their browsing needs. Thus, websites have increasingly begun offering two separate versions of themselves: a mobile version, light-weight and a full-desktop version. The light mobile website versions generally present the same basic content, but lack functionality better-suited to a full-screen environment, such as zooming in and out on articles, photos, and other page elements. Sites increasingly use responsive or adaptive web design to change and modify itself to fit screens of any shape or size while still displaying content in a reasonable layout. However, mobile sites often are unsatisfactory in one way or another. Often, sites will hide certain functionality behind their desktop versions, limiting what mobile users can see or do while browsing the site. This can be incredibly frustrating when the only reason one is trying to visit a particular site is to use a particular feature, which happens to have been abridged from the mobile site. Facebook is no exception. Though their mobile app on iOS and Android theoretically features most of the same capabilities as its desktop version, many prefer to access Facebook through the browser on their smartphone.
Connect an existing account to Facebook
Today, I was asked a question about using the Facebook For Android app to update a Facebook brand page for which you are an admin. When you visit Facebook in a web browser, it will show you the mobile version of the site. However, there are some steps you can take to access the full version of the web site on any mobile device. Android browsers like Chrome have an option to view the desktop version of the page built in. This will allow the browser to always render the full desktop version of the websites you visit. All browsers can have problems but Chrome has had the most issues in recent past.
Facebook automatically redirects all mobile web browsers to go to their mobile version. I recommend you bookmark the link so that you can access it easily or just remember to add home. Go to facebook.