The Facebook for iOS app has just been updated with official support for iOS 7 and brings with it a few sparse interface and design changes. Mainly a new menu bar with a new way of accessing the navigation menu and a few other tweaks. Other additions include a few new languages.
While some design elements have been overhauled, actual interface changes are few and far between. Aside from a new menu bar and navigation panel, many users won't notice too much of a change to their main timeline and other sections of the app. The bigger news is probably the addition of a few new languages including Czech, Finnish, Polish, Swedish and traditional Chinese. A new gesture has also been added for iPhone only that allows you to tap the bottom of your screen to quickly access messages and notifications.
Other than that, there's not too much new. If you notice any other changes, let us know in the comments!
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