Facebook redesigns news feed and images for Android, mobile page
Facebook today announced that they have redesigned the news feed for Android and iOS handsets as well as their mobile website. Effective immediately, users will find that images will display much larger and posts will stretch from one edge of the display to the next. We like the changes thus far and were glad to find that we did not have to download yet another updated version of the app. You can see the new look simply by opening up the client or visiting the mobile version of the page!
Starting today, we’re rolling out an improved design for posts in news feed on your mobile phone. Now photos are up to 3x larger, and all posts will fill your mobile screen from edge to edge. The new design will be available on iOS, Android and m.facebook.com.
Here’s a before and after to give you an idea as to what to expect out of the new feed. You’ll have to forgive us for using Facebook’s iOS pictures below.
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