At the morning of January 9, 2014 Facebook gives me their new mobile website (m.facebook.com). At a glance it doesn’t look bad. The new Facebook mobile site is now on a responsive layout, which means it will instantly change the looks to adjust according to screen sizes, which means on a mobile you will see slightly different layout than to tablets. Aside that everything seems to be same at least in the look.
Start surfing on this new Facebook mobile site and you will notice the top is ^sticky^ as well, means the top navigation will remain on screen as you scroll through your feeds. This way now you will be able to see the change in notification counter as soon as you will get a friend request, inbox message or any other notification.
On a large screen smart phones or tablets the moment you turn to your device to landscape, the hidden navigation menu in side will appear and stay visible until you change your handset to portrait. This menu contains the most important navigation items such as Newsfeeds, Groups, Pages you admin, and so on. I always want some of those in more quick reach.
With these small changes, I experienced much better Facebook surfing especially in landscape mode. Only if Facebook allow us to share contents to different places other than the personal profile.