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Facebook Home: Visual Tour

Facebook Home gives Android devices a new type of social wrapper that's not quite an OS. Take a closer look at what it does to your smartphone.
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Notifications appear stacked up, like the rungs of a ladder. They can be tapped and opened, or gathered and dismissed.

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re: Facebook Home: Visual Tour
Thanks for the photos. Any descriptions to go with them?
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