Facebook Paper Download Available For iPhone/iPad and iPod Touch

A few days ago we reported to you that Facebook, the huge social network company is working on a new social application called Paper, today Facebook has just pushed Paper app to the App Store and it is available for download for iPhone/iPad and iPod Touch.

What is Facebook Paper ? It is a news-reading application, which employs beautiful edge-to-edge design and Flipboard-like gestures, serves both stories surfaced from your News Feed and cherry-picked items from big name publications curated by Facebook editors. The app can be customized with a choice of more than a dozen topics ranging photography and sports to food, science and design, with each section including “a rich mix of content from emerging voices and well-known publications”…

The first product from Facebook Creative Labs, Paper looks unlike anything Facebook created before. The full screen design looks pleasing to the eyes and some of the gestures are reminiscent of Flipboard.
For example, to quickly swipe through articles left and right, you just pull down on an article to flip it open.

Here's a video shows what is Paper:


Finally here's iTunes release note:
  • Browse stories from your Facebook News Feed in beautiful new layouts.
  • Customize your Paper with sections about your favorite themes and interests.
  • Unfold beautifully designed article covers for news and stories from trusted sources.
  • Tilt the screen to explore vivid high-resolution photos and see details u0p close.
  • Watch fullscreen videos that come to life and fill the screen.
  • Use simple, natural movements to thumb through Paper uninterrupted.
  • Craft your own stories and see exactly what your posts will look like before you share them.
By the way, this is the icon of the app... That's why they called "Paper".

The app works on devices running on iOS 7 only...

Grab Paper for iPhone free in the App Store.

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