As for why this change is being made, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says that Facebook has gotten feed back that posts from businesses, brands, and media are "crowding out the personal moments that lead us to connect more with each other." Zuckerberg goes on to say that Facebook has looked at academic research and done research of its own and determined that it can be good for a person's well-being to connect with people they care about on social media.
I did some testing this afternoon and the experience is far faster, up to date and generally offers the same features as the native mobile app.
Heads up, Facebook users, because the giant social network has announced that it's tweaking its News Feed once again.
I think it’s great that Facebook is adding new features and improvements on a regular basis and I understand that by using Web technologies, it can make these changes on the server side; you don’t have to update your Facebook app as a result.
But for the time being, I’m going to switch to m.in my smartphone browser.
I have a Z30 and used to have a Z10, I also have a Nexus 5.