Facebook's has unveiled its Home application that ill allow you to receive all updates from the social networking site right on your home screen of the phone, eliminating the need for opening the notoriously slow application for Facebook on Android. As convenient as it might seem, tech geeks have been against the feature from Facebook citing privacy reasons.
GigaOm, a technology news website mentions that the always on feature is particularly dangerous finding data from the users which is otherwise secure. Your privacy is not respected and every move on your own phone is tracked, the writer Malik opined.
While the feature is available only on a handful of phones currently in the market like HTC First (by default) which will launch April 12, Samsung Galaxy S III, Galaxy Note II, HTC One, HTC One X. The Galaxy S IV will also receive it.