The add-on is designed to hide and streamline all the unnecessary features and recommendations tacked onto the social platform

Though Facebook’s outreach has surpassed the billion user mark, mirroring just a fraction of Zuckerberg’s net worth, there are things even the social goliath can get wrong—specifically its user interface. Since the site and its accompanying platform mean different things to different people, icons and widgets irrelevant to certain users still clutter their screen without adding any particular value to their overall experience. Recently launched Flatbook is a Google Chrome extension that addresses this problem, cleaning up the interface for better usability.

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