Facebook for Android changes its interface for a better one-handed used


According to informed sources, Facebook developers are preparing to make changes to the user interface of the mobile social network application for Android devices. The updated interface will make the process of interacting with the application with one hand more convenient.

Facebook for Android changes its interface and now it is better with one hand

Over the past few years, the design of the Facebook mobile application for Android has repeatedly changed. However, developers do not stop there, continuing to transform the user interface. So that the application controls are more streamlined and user-friendly. At the beginning of this year, developers began testing a new tabbed news feed. So users can quickly access the most current and most viewed publications. Now it became known that the developers began to distribute an updated interface. Now, users will find the tabs (located previously in the upper part ) in the lower area.

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In the published images, you can see that the six tabs previously located at the top were moved down. The new user interface is available on the Facebook app and later. After installing the update, the application will prompt the users to familiarize themselves with the changes, explaining the changes. Although the current interface changes may seem insignificant, they will definitely make it more convenient to interact with the application with one hand. This is especially on devices with a large screen. Currently, Facebook has begun to distribute the update in some countries, so it may not be available to all users right away.

It is worth mention that recently, Facebook has launched its official Facebook Messenger desktop app for macOS and Windows to chat with friends without having to open your browser. Facebook Messenger for Mac and Windows is launched on the Mac App Store and Microsoft Store and it’s available worldwide.

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