It's been just under a week since Facebook Home went live in the UK, and 12 days since it was officially unleashed onto our US cousins. In that time, people have been properly panning it, with an average rating of just 2.2 stars. Ouch.
But the fact is that it might actually be too good, or at least that's what Basil Kronfli from Recombu is saying. Because of the insecure lockscreen, the swift liking and all that jazz, it ends up doing very interesting things in your pocket, such as liking stuff you really shouldn't.
While I quite like the slick interface, I'm not willing to let Facebook infest my phone that much. Have you guys been playing with it? What do you think? Is the 2.2 rating on Google Play justified?