On February 3, Facebook will launch Paper, a new way to explore and share stories from friends and the world around you. Paper is coming on a stand-alone app that will be available on the Apple Store.
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Paper makes one promises: bring you beautiful story telling right on your iPhone. Paper marks the entry of Facebook in the media world, following Zuckerberg’s statement that he wanted to make Facebook the number one online newspaper.
With Facebook Paper, you will get access to stories and news from the world’s best sources as well as from the people you love. Paper is made to be yours, so you will build the content it will serve to you. You will choose among a range of themes and interests, drag in your favorite sections, so that you make it your own Paper.
Facebook really worked on design and aesthetics for Paper and using it is very enjoyable. It is just about using simple and natural movements to discover great stories, in a full screen and distraction free environment. Photos, Videos, graphics, everything comes in high resolution so you can really enjoy your experience.
Check this video presentation of Paper:
The app will first be available in the US only before rolling out to the rest of the world.
How do you like this new product?
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