Facebook is working on making its mobile app faster and easier to use, according to a post from the company’s general manager of product marketing and partnerships, Andrew Miller.
The move is aimed at making the app more accessible to more users on mobile devices and improving its user experience across devices.
In the post, Miller noted that mobile has grown exponentially in terms of mobile users and it’s important for Facebook to ensure that its mobile apps are accessible and usable for people of all ages.
“We are looking at making mobile more accessible for people who are using their mobile devices on the go, from the comfort of their couch or car,” Miller said in the post.
“Mobile is an incredibly powerful platform that can bring about real changes for businesses and consumers.”
The Facebook mobile app has been in beta for the past two years and has grown rapidly in the past year.
As part of its push to bring the mobile app to more people, the company announced last week that it is adding support for webcom login as the default login method on its app.
Facebook also introduced new features for Facebook Messenger and the News Feed earlier this month.