Facebook’s event today is all about a new “Home on Android,” and that’s exactly what Facebook Home delivers. The Android launcher integrates Facebook features into most aspects of the Android smartphone experience, eliminating the need to jump into a dedicated Facebook app in most situations. It brings a very different experience vs. vanilla Android, and here are the features that make it something users might consider switching for.
1. Cover feed Is Actually People
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the Facebook Home project is based around the idea of what a device would look like if it was designed around people, rather than around application and software. Home actually starts with your Cover feed screen, which features people and connections. It presents your social feed in a way that focuses on one thing at a time, with full-screen images, comments and text updates that let you actually zero in on what your…
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