One of the most popular social networking site, Facebook, has more than 1 billion users and out of these more than a quarter access the network through their phones. But even on the list of most negatively viewed apps, Facebook is holding a higher position, as it was rated with 2/5 star rating based on over 49,000 reviews, on average.
Further, after moving to HTML5, for boasting its consistency across different platforms, Facebook for iPhone has gone even more sluggish and slow. Its puzzling interface takes to long to starts but than frequently drops and shatters. Whereas on the other side rival social network Google+’s app provides much better services when compared with Facebook.
Hence now Facebook is trying to walk on the road of betterment, as it was heard from the New York Times that a new Facebook app is soon going to come. Today, another news has been received from Bloomberg that Facebook is now hiring the ex employee of Apple to work for their upcoming app. These new employees to Facebook are Greg Novick who was part of the team that developed iOS’s overall user interface, Tim Ornernick and Chris Tremblay who work on iOS as well, and Scott Goodson who worked on the built-in Stocks app.
All users of Facebook iPhone app are looking forward for this app and hope that it reaches them as soon as possible, to improve the social network to which they are quite addicted.