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It's no secret the Facebook is a mess on Android - code wise. It takes more than 6-7 minutes on my Android 6.0 for the app to install, and it quickly takes up 200 MB+ for no reason, besides the 40MB file size of the app itself. That's a quarter gigs. No joke. Then there are have been reports (out of redditors) about the two apps draining about 10-15% battery collectively during the day, as well as general performance slowdown because of how 'needy' the app is or rather, the company behind it. I was curious if anyone has experienced this. I installed Facebook yesterday and before I even reached home at 3pm today, my battery was already less than 50% (it's usually 60ish% on a normal day). So I have uninstalled both the apps, will be using something like Tinfoil, Metal or Swipe - as much as I don't like the experience on the web version on Facebook. But I care much more for my battery than I do for Facebook. I will be looking to see what the battery is on an average at 3pm over the next week or so.