Now Android users can take advantage of the lock screen from Facebook Home without having to download and install the Android launcher.
Facebook Home's Cover Feed displays photos and posts from friends on the lock screen of your phone. You can swipe through, comment on and like updates — all without launching the Facebook app or even unlocking your phone.
From the Android app version of the feature, users will get the same look and feel as the Home counterpart including quick access to camera and messages. Chat heads and the Home launcher will not be available as a feature of the app — however, users can enable chat heads from Facebook's stand-alone Messenger app.
Facebook has offered the option to use Cover Feed without the launcher as part of Facebook Home since launch. Thursday brings that same ability to those who just have the Facebook Android app installed.
This isn't the first time a feature from one of Facebook's stand-alone apps has made its way into the main app. The social network traditionally tries out new features on power users who have downloaded apps such as Home, Messenger and Poke before incorporating them into the main Facebook app.
The company also recently invited Android users to join its beta program, and test new versions of its Android app before they launch to the general public.
Facebook's Android update will be slowly rolling out to users over the next few days.
What do you think of the update? Will you be using Cover Feed on your Android phone?