Zuckerberg: Home is the ‘next version of Facebook,’ not heading to iOS anytime soon (VIDEO)

Facebook Home is an Android a little modificated that implements a better experience with Facebook. You will se in the video. Facebook Home wont com on iOS, until maybe iOS 7. But you know how is Apple.

We have a great relationship with Apple. Anything that happens with Apple is going to happen with partnership. Google’s Android is open so we don’t have to work with them.

Facebook Home will first been compatible with some android devices. The smartphone HTC First will be the first who can run Facebook Home, and on April 12 will be Facebook Home ready to download. HTC First is a little like the iPhone. Mark Zuckerberg is a fan of Steve Jobs, so its totally normal. Check the photos of HTC First:

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Let me know what do you think.

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