Your Facebook News Feed could be about to see a huge change
Facebook is set to make yet another big change to your news feed.
The social network is reportedly testing a design change to its mobile offering as it looks to make using its apps more social than ever.
Users are set for a shake-up in how their mobile app looks, with posts and updates soon due to appear even more similar to the company’s existing Messenger app.
The change was first spotted over the weekend, and appears to alter the look of how comment threads look on Facebook mobile’s posts.
Instead of the previous layout, where comments were simply laid out in a grid format underneath the original post, a new
This means that comment threads now look more like a Messenger conversation, with text bubbles situated across the page as people reply.
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The new Facebook layout (pictured right) takes after Messenger far more than previously (left)
The change was spotted by The Next Web’s Matt Navarra, and seems to have already rolled out across a number of iOS users’ Facebook apps.
The company has yet to confirm whether the new feature will be coming to Android devices, but that it is part of plans to make Facebook more social.
“We are always working to make Facebook a more visual and engaging place to have conversations," Facebook told Mashable in a statement.
"So we're testing multiple design updates in News Feed, including a more conversational way to comment on posts.”
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The news is the latest update to come to Facebook recently as the company continues to evolve and change its mobile offerings.
This includes Facebook Messenger, which alone has currently over a billion users worldwide.
The app now allows users to play a number of classic video games within the service, with more than 15 games, including Pac-Man, Space Invaders and Track and Field, with more titles expected to arrive soon.
Facebook itself has nearly two billion users across the planet, and is also reportedly trialling a new feature that will allow users to link together a number of different social media accounts, including the likes of Instagram, Skype, Twitter and YouTube among others.
This could soon mean that Facebook users would be able to switch between sites with just a click, and turn their profile page into a one-stop social media showcase.