Edit: After half day, my wife’s Mac started having the same problem. I have then applied the solution that I found in the Apple
Zuckerberg Says Android Has Way Better Potential For Experience Compared To iOS
Today Facebook introduced “Facebook Home” which is a layer over the top of Android but in focused on people. Facebook CEO & Founder, Mark Zuckerberg did not comment on the iOS Vs. Android during the event but in an interview with Fortune after the event saying that he believes due to the openness of Android it offers opportunity for a ‘way better’ experience when compared to the iPhone and iOS.
I think that Google has this opportunity in the next year or two to start doing the things that are way better than what can be done on iPhone through the openness of their platform. We’d love to offer this on iPhone and we just can’t today. And we will work with Apple to do the best experience that we can within what they want, but I think that a lot of people who really like Facebook–and just judging from the numbers, people are spending a fifth of their time in phones on Facebook, that’s a lot of people. This could really tip things in that direction. We’ll have to see how it plays out.
Facebook and Apple have had the odd problem in the past but all that appears to now be resolved as we now have full facebook integration in both iOS 6 and OS X Mountain Lion.
Mark Zuckerberg also give an interview with Wired in which he was asked can we expect to see Facebook Home come to iOS with in the next 2 year.
Android is growing quickly, and we’re excited that the platform is open and that it allows us to build these great experiences. I think that this is really good for Google too. Something like this could encourage a lot of people to get Android phones, because I think people really care about Facebook. In a lot of ways, this is one of the best Facebook experiences that you can get. Of course, a lot of people also love iPhones—I love mine, and I would like to be able to deliver Facebook Home there as well.