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Facebook delivers Paper to iPhone

The social network heads into its second decade with an alternative way to consume News Feed and the news.

Facebook Paper
Facebook Paper
Facebook

As promised, Facebook on Monday released Paper, a standalone iPhone application for reading and writing the news. The release comes on the eve of the social network's 10-year anniversary.

Paper amounts to the 2014 version of Facebook and sets a different tone for what's to come in the company's next decade.

The application, the first of many to come from a new startup-like team inside the company, presents Facebook's classic update types -- photos, videos, and articles -- in new formats designed for enjoyment on smartphones, and also includes more than a dozen newspaper-like sections.

Paper is currently only available in the US for iPhone users. Facebook has no immediate plans to release the application on Android or other mobile platforms.