Facebook Share Price: Folder Support Added to Home Platform
iNVEZZ.com, Tuesday, July 9: Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ:FB), the operator of the world’s largest social network, has addressed one of the biggest problems that users have had with its Home platform for mobile devices. An update yesterday added folders to the launcher, enabling users to store and organize apps in a simple and effective way.
The Facebook share price was 2.51 percent up at $25.33 as of 14:58 GMT today in New York.
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Facebook Home was released in April for a limited selection of Android-based smartphones from HTC and Samsung, including the HTC First, a smartphone that came preloaded with the software. The move aimed to give users more reasons to use Facebook on their mobile devices, but the reception of the product has been mixed at best. One of the biggest complaints from users who have downloaded the software has been the lack of folder support. This issue has now been resolved with the update which added the much-needed feature.
According to industry blog Mashable, Facebook is also working on other improvements for the launcher, including widget support – another frequent request from Android users.
**The Facebook share price was $25.28 as of 15.16 GMT, 09.07.2013**
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