Facebook brings Cover Feed to standard app experience

Facebook brings Cover Feed to standard app experience

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Facebook confirmed today that the Cover Feed feature used in Facebook Home app can be used in the standard app experience. Limited to devices which can support Facebook Home, it brings the lock screen live feed to your Android phone without pulling in all of the other features. As of today, the list of phones includes Samsung Galaxy S III, Samsung Galaxy Note II, HTC One X,  HTC One X+,  HTC One, Samsung Galaxy S4, and Nexus 4.

Via The Verge

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2 Comments

  1. Andy Loo
    August 05, 03:12 Reply

    Alright, this is amazing. I just found this app called 2clickapp. You can open Facebook with JUST A DOUBLE PRESS on the power button. No unlocking, NOTHING. Check it out, it’s amazing: http://2clickapp.com/

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