/// Facebook Says It Has Learned Important Android Lessons From Building Home

November 13, 2013  |  All Things Digital


Facebook’s mobile image took a bit of a beating in the weeks that followed the April launch of its Home software for Android . Ondrejka, right, with Facebook CTO Mike Schroepfer But, more than six months later, Facebook mobile engineering VP Cory Ondrejka said that the company learned a lot from the experience — knowledge that is going into both improving Home and into developing other mobile products. “We will keep iterating on Home,” he said during an interview at this week’s Techonomy conference near Tucson, Ariz. “We really have a better understanding of where to take Home in the future.” One of the most recent changes is the capability to add photos from other services to be part of the Facebook Home experience (Home replaces the standard Android lock screen and home screen). That and other improvements mean that those who try Home now may have a more favorable impression than those who did so in its early days. “Most people have never seen Home,” Ondrejka said

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