Facebook may launch its own web browser in near future as unconfirmed sources says, and that will be named as Facebook WebBrowser. One easy example that will drive people back to Facebook is always-on notifications. Just like Google gives us Google Plus notifications in Gmail and their other apps, Facebook can give us notifications everywhere. They can also take this further and have always-on chat and a Like button that’s always there on the toolbar, regardless of a site supporting it. Always-on notifications and chat
So what happens when Facebook releases this browser? The answer is that it will explode. People try Facebook’s stuff all the time—just look at the adoption rates for their iPhone and Android apps. Facebook users depend on accessing Facebook and are always looking for the best way to get their content. Of all the big tech companies, Facebook has the biggest chance of launching a browser that will be an overnight success. And with technologies like WebKit, it’s easier than ever to build a standards-compliant, well-performing browser.