Owners of the year's two biggest smart phones (so far, anyway) can now install the Facebook skin, which has received, um, mixed reviews since it launched last month. The HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S4 were always down to get Home access, with Facebook earlier confirming that both phones would be able to download the elaborate new app, alongside other mobiles like the HTC One X, Galaxy S3 and Note 2. Facebook told me that now the two phones have launched, Home has been made compatible, and owners of the two major mobiles should be able to download the software from Google Play at their whim.
Facebook recently boasted that Home had been installed 1 million times, The app hasn't managed to impress those who've taken it for a whirl though, and has an average score of 2.2 stars on Google Play, The Facebook iOS app has been updated meanwhile, adding the Chat Heads function to messages, Slashgear reports that installing the app on the Galaxy S4 throws up an i love cats no.1 by kathy morton stanion iphone case error message that reads, "Your device is not supported yet", but that if you press the "Use Home anyway" option, it will still launch as usual..
Have you tried Facebook Home? Or is your Android phone fine as it is? Let me know in the comments, or on our Facebook wall. The year's two biggest smart phones (so far) can now access Facebook Home, the social network has confirmed. Facebook Home, the downloadable chunk of software that smothers your Android phone's homescreen in Facebook features, is now available on the HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S4. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.
The latest hardware rumor is Amazon smartphones, including one with a 3D screen that doesn't require special glasses, As reported by The Wall Street Journal, images would look holographic, like they are floating in 3D space, and users could move their eyes to navigate apps and content, It's not much of a leap to expect that Amazon will dabble in wearable computers, How about Amazon, or i love cats no.1 by kathy morton stanion iphone case Kindle, Glass to rival Google Glass?, Of course, Amazon can tweak its mobile apps to take advantage of Google Glass, but that would no more serve its need to drive more transactions than an ordinary Android phone, Like the Kindle, Amazon would offer its Glass at cost or even for free, to generate more transactions, And, the company could buy online eyewear startup Warby Parker, to get into the eye glass business and sell stylish Amazon Glass frames with prescription lenses for those in need..
Amazon Glass could provide the augmented-reality version of shopping and redefine the showrooming experience. For example, a shopper walking down Fifth Avenue in New York might be attracted to a watch in the window of an upscale retail store. With a wink at the watch in the center of the Glass aperture, Amazon recognizes the specific item and presents an Amazon Glass "card," including videos, reviews, and a price that can't be beat, in a 3D virtual window. Another wink, eye movement, or tap, and it will be shipped that day to the location of your choice, for free.