1:31 P.M.: Facebook will update Home every month, adding new devices and new updates every month.
1:30 P.M.: Cory Ondrejka, Director of Mobile Engineering, says that Android was the best way to integrate Facebook because it is completely open. He said that Facebook Home will only be available on phones for now, not on tablets yet.
1:29 P.M.: Here's how you can get Facebook Home— if you have the latest android app you can get it from the Google Play Store, it's going to ask you if you want to play with it or make home your home screen.
1:26 P.M.: Joe Flynn, Home's product designer talking about Chat Head feature now. Chat Head function allows users to send and receive messages without having to close out of other applications.
"You should be able to talk to your friends no matter where you're at in your phone," Flynn said.
1:19 P.M.: 'Cover Feed' allows users to swipe through Facebook content on their phone without opening any app to check what is happening on Facebook.
When you open up your phone, it goes directly to "Cover Feed," and a series of photos, links and other content from your News Feed, with text in the front. If you see a photo you like, you can click to like it or zoom out.
1:18 P.M.: Adam Mosseri, Facebook's director of product now elaborating on the new features. Describing a function called 'Cover Feed.'