When it launched in 2004, <em>The</em> Facebook featured an info-packed layout that crammed in as many personal details as possible. Everything from contact info to favorite music was available for e-acquaintances to oogle. [Image Credit: Facebook]
After dropping 'The' and opting for simply Facebook, profile pages were refreshed for better readability and easier access to user photos. [Image Credit: Facebook]
Despite debuting Facebook for Mobile in 2006, the first native smartphone app didn't arrive until 2008 when it hit touch screens of the iPhone. A previous version of said software is shown here where users encountered a handful of options when the app was launched. [Screenshot Image Credit: Facebook]
Current user profiles display not only a single image, but a massive cover photo that's makes these individual hubs even more compelling. Of course, there's a neatly organized timeline of each person's activity as well. [Image Credit: Facebook]
Facebook Home launched alongside the long-rumored Facebook Phone: the HTC First. The launcher cloaks Android for a more immersive experience in the social network at all times. [Image Credit: Facebook]
Starting last year, Facebook began beta testing new features for its Messenger offering for any Android Users willing to take it for a spin. The outfit is taking user feedback quite seriously, looking to constantly improve design and functionality across the board. [Image Credit: Facebook]
We've come along way since the software that graced that first iPhone. With a little help here from iOS 7's streamlined asesthetics, Facebook has continued to clean up its mobile suite -- other platforms included.
News Feed looked like this just a few weeks ago. One of a string of layout options over the past few years, this interface was retooled in favor of a another design incorporating the left-hand menu.
Here's Facebook's current take on the News Feed, but it could easily change in a matter of weeks depending on user feedback and navigation patterns. Profile images have been tucked back in line creating a column-like structure.