Prior to doing some research on the new Facebook Home, which launches April 12, 2013, I had so many questions. Not sure about you but I had to dig a little to find out exactly what the Facebook Home is, so here is what I discovered.
The Facebook Home is only for Android phones, but not all of them. It is not a new Operating System (OS), it is a new home screen and app launcher. Zuckerberg referred to Facebook Home as "putting people first instead of apps." This is not a mobile takeover, rather it is a mobile capture tactic.
Facebook knows the future is mobile, so they are moving quickly into the arena, going beyond just an app. This is a brave move and probably the best move for Facebook right now. We couldn’t agree more - the best move for nearly every company and organization would be a mobile app, not just a mobile website. Fortunately, our friends at WhyNotApps.net are running a special for this week only (“Thank You Facebook Home”). You can get a native app with up to 6 tabs for $400 (normally $1000+) set-up and $50 (normally $100+) per month maintenance. The quality folks at WhyNotApps.net provide professional design and development throughout the entire process.
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Posted on Fri, April 5, 2013
by Gary Winchester filed under