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The biggest thing in the week in tech is probably the Apple Watch and a bunch of new Apple products coming soon.
But we also had the surprise of the weekend when Facebook finally rolled out its new News app for iOS.
Now we’re not sure how it will work or if it will be the same app you use every day.
But if you’re like most of us, you probably use News to stay up-to-date on the latest news.
The News app on iOS is the same as the one you see on Facebook, so it’s a little bit different than the way it’s used on Android.
But the app has plenty of other features that will appeal to both iOS and Android users.
For example, you can see photos and videos from your Facebook friends and share them on Facebook with a simple tap.
The new News is also easier to navigate through.
You can search for stories, see your favorite stories, and even subscribe to a story.
The app also supports bookmarking, so you can use it to keep tabs on your favorite articles.
But Facebook has made some big changes to its news experience in recent months.
The company has made a number of changes to how the app looks and how it works, including removing ads and making the app look like the official Facebook app.
Facebook says the redesign of the app will bring users “more of a personalized experience, including new news stories, personalized stories, news summaries, trending stories, trending hashtags, and more.”
There are also a number changes to the app’s look, including a redesign of how news stories are displayed and a redesign that brings Facebook’s main app icon to the top of the screen.
The redesigned app is available on iOS and OS X and is free to download.