Just a week after being unveiled to the world, Facebook is rolling out its new Home to Google Play.
To recall, Facebook Home is a user interface (or "family of apps") for Android smartphones that integrates the social network's core features (Likes, Comments, Messenger, etc.) and bakes them into the mobile operating system.
However, the UI is only supported by a handful of Android devices. Here's the rundown:
- HTC First HTC One (Future)
- HTC One X
- HTC One X+
- Samsung GALAXY S III
- Samsung GALAXY S4 (Future)
- Samsung GALAXY Note II
Facebook Home will also come preloaded on the HTC First, which will retail with AT&T for $99.99 on contract.
Eager early adopters can head over to Google Play to download the platform for free now.
More coverage about Facebook Home on ZDNet:
- Facebook unveils its new 'Home' on Android
- First impressions: Hands-on with Facebook Home for Android
- Facebook's Android play could be boon for HTC
- Facebook Chat Heads available for Android smartphones, combines text and messaging
- Facebook Home on the Samsung Galaxy Note II (screenshot gallery)
- Facebook phone? Been there, done that, and nobody cared
- Forget the 'Facebook phone', Facebook's mobile ambitions are way bigger than that
- With Home, Facebook backs into a broader ecosystem
- Facebook Home: Android takeover and Google punch to the head