When Facebook rolled out its ‘Facebook Home’ app, it arrived with a lot of fanfare. However, the app failed to gain much traction after the launch. Despite that, the social network is not ready to give up on it and has now rolled out a new version of the app.
The new version is still in the beta phase and has been rolled out to Android beta testers for now. The most significant upgrade that the new version packs is the support for folders.
Users can easily create and manage new folders in Facebook Home. To create a new folders, you simply need to drag one app on top of the other. Once the folders have been created, you can add them to Facebook Home’s app drawer to be able to organize them neatly.
Whenever you wish to access the folders, you can move straight to the app drawer and open the desired folder. Other notable features that are a part of the updated app include the ability to share News Feed stories in private messages as well as use chat and access bookmarks. Not only that, you can also save your Facebook Android app on your smartphone or tablet’s microSD card.