Facebook’s long road to “mobile best”: HTML5, native apps, and now Home

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Facebook has come a long way in its quest to be a mobile force to be reckoned with — but it’s still not there. On Thursday, its CEO Mark Zuckerberg told press and the world that his company had become a ‘mobile first, mobile best’ company with the release of its Android launcher software called ‘Home’. But for all of its efforts, can Zuckerberg claim that Facebook has really reached that goal of a mobile nirvana?

There’s no discounting the fact that Facebook has made a concentrated effort in trying to reach out its more than 1 billion users on every feasible platform — desktop, phone, and tablet. From building HTML5 apps to those that run on iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and BlackBerry, to now its evolution — the Facebook phone and Home, just how does Facebook’s standing in the mobile space really measure up?

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