Facebook home update supports Instagram and more on your lock screen

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I’m sure that most of us will admit we completely forgot about Facebook Home. Yes, it is a cool launcher that makes your experience with your device more personal, but still, having your world revolve around Facebook isn’t necessarily good. Specially when all you get are invites to Candy Crush.

Still, the social media giant keeps working on improving the service, even if their phone venture with HTC flopped very badly. A new update that’s being pushed today allows users to not just have to revolve around Facebook. It allows you to set services like Instagram, Tumblr, Flickr, and Pinterest as lock screen options instead of Facebook.

These services actually integrate quite well with Facebook Home, which is odd in cases like Pinterest, where competitors are given the option to take the spotlight. That said, we won’t complain. Facebook keeps trying to give you a reason to want to use Home, and as long as its free, we’ll keep giving it a try, and hopefully not forgetting about it.

Via: Engadget

Source: Google Play

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