Integrating the social network's core features such as Likes, Comments, Messenger and other features as a new overlaid "home screen" on top of Android, it is available for download but only to a small selection of supported devices, ZDNet reported Friday.
Those include the One, X and X+ from HTC and the Galaxy SIII, S4 and Note II from Samsung.
HTC has also introduced a new handset, the HTC First, with Facebook Home preinstalled and available from AT&T for $99.99 on contract.
Users of supported devices who wish to download Facebook Home will need to be running the most recent versions of Facebook's standard Android mobile application and Facebook Messenger for Android.
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