Facebook announced Thursday its big mobile plans for Android: Facebook Home. Although it will initially be available only on a few models, Facebook Home represents how Facebook wants to exist on Android phones.
If you're confused by Facebook Home or just want to get a better understanding of everything the new interface entails, we've got you covered.
What Is It?
At the Facebook Home event, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg consistently referred to Home as "putting people first instead of apps."
To that end, Facebook Home isn't a new OS and it isn't a fork of Android, instead it is a new home screen and app launcher interface for Android that gives your Facebook notifications, news feed posts and messages more integration with the overall phone experience.
Thomas Wooldridge's insight:
This looks very similar to how Windows phone. On android there is widget features. But I think more people will just opt for the Facebook App and just get the normal notifications their accustomed too. I have a feeling this will go bust rather quickly
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