Facebook today rolled out a new feature for getting more information about other people on the social network. Now, when you go to another person’s profile on mobile (iOS and touch-enabled browsers), you may see “things that are relevant to you” at the top, including that individual’s workplace, hometown, and mutual friends.
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While the new feature didn’t make it into Facebook for Android, it does work in “all mobile browsers for smartphones,” a Facebook spokesperson told TNW, though the company has “nothing to share at this time around a date.” The addition isn’t a huge one, though it does show the company continues to push forward with its mobile efforts.
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