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Facebook Mobile Overhaul Makes Photos More Prominent

If you’ve been browsing Facebook on your mobile device today you may have noticed something was different. That’s because just yesterday the social-networking giant took a few tips from their recent acquisition Instagram by making the photos on both their mobile applications and mobile website up to three times larger. Individual posts and photos now show up using the width of the whole screen (as seen above) and even photo albums include much larger previews than before, helping you to decide whether or not it’s really worth it to ditch the news feed and explore the upload, or just keep scrollin’ on down.

(via TechCrunch via Engadget)


 
  • guest

    Trying be be like the  recent google+ updated mobile app (which is beautiful)

  • http://twitter.com/DarrenWardPhoto Darren Ward Photo

    Is this the apps or the mobile site?
    I don’t know about the iOS app but the last thing the Android app needs is larger images to make it load even slower.

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  • Guest

    It’s so slow! I just use Facebook in the browser now because it’s actually a hell of a lot quicker and easier…