The Facebook Newsfeed was introduced in 2006 and hasn’t changed so much then, but in 2013, it was really time for a change. Enter the new Newsfeed UX, complete with larger, wider, crisper views of everything Facebook. In retrospect, Mark Zuckerberg says it’s like, “a newspaper.” Everything from apps, games, links, photos, albums, music, posts, and sharing have all been curved around the new design, so for example, a song being shared is a simple pop-up, while a photo is now a large, blown-out image in the middle of the Newsfeed (make sure you’re photos are worthy). There’s also lots of “chrome”, which consists of many attractive icons, navigation bars, scrolling, and speed, all of which is a unified experience on tablets, smartphones, and desktops. Announcement video after the break.
As with everything Facebook, you can either keeping refreshing until you find the new features, to get put on a waiting list to speed things up. Your call, friend.