Facebook Home is finally landed in Google Play Store.However,the start is not so great.In current around 1500 ratings,44% of people only rated it for 1 star.
I wanna install and try it in my Samsung Galaxy S3 to see whether that is so bad as other people thought.Well,I can’t do it now because Facebook Home is not available to Malaysia.It’s kind of weird,right? Continue reading →
Yesterday Facebook held up an event for Android platform.Many people guessed that Mark Zuckerberg would release a Facebook phone and they were curious how would that phone differneciate with other smartphones.Now we know that Zuckerburger is not really building a Facebook phone with sort of Facebook OS,he’s making a phone with Facebook-centric app(launcher).
Facebook is cooperating with HTC to push out this middle range Android phone named HTC First,optimizing Facebook “Home” working on it seamlessly as the default launcher.Facebook chooses to make this happen in Android platform because that’s the one with open source and highly customizable compared to iOS and WP8.
The main concept of Facebook “Home” is to focus on social status which has been the most important part of life for people enjoying the connections with family and friends.When you unlock your phone,you will immediately get the latest Facebook status and respond to that by simple clicks.