Facebook Home Lands on Google Play for US Users on Select Devices

Facebook Home Lands on Google Play for US Users on Select Devices

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New As promised, Facebook has released its new Home app launcher on Google Play, bringing its most pervasive experience yet to Android. We’re hearing varied reports of availability, but that’s likely due to a progressive rollout on the application store. At launch, Facebook Home only works on the following devices: HTC...
Facebook Home Lands on Google Play for US Users on Select Devices
                                 

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