The author of the post, Josh Constine, believes that a Facebook homescreen could become your sixth sense for social life.
Basically, checking the latest notifications on Facebook only takes 15 seconds.
But a Facebook app placed on your homescreen would spare you of all that and getting connected to your closed ones would be a lot simpler.
“Making Facebook an indigenous resident of your phone’s homescreen could accelerate your social life,” Constine writes.
He also speculates that “Facebook Home-enabled” could soon be listed as a “pro” feature for a smartphone.
This week, Facebook invited the press to a April 4 event to see the company’s “new home on Android.”
Rumor has it that the company is working on its own smartphone designed in partnership with HTC.