Facebook have finally updated their Facebook for Android application with better support for Ice Cream Sandwich. Before the update, opening the application on a device running ICS — such as the HTC One X or Samsung Galaxy Nexus — would be very hit or miss, now it works
flawlessly (on the One X the menu button is still consistent at the bottom of the screen).
Other updates include the ability to create group messages and adding friends to existing group messages. The UI has had a slight change: you can now update your status and upload photos straight from the news feed. They’ve also added new icons to the launcher: Camera and Messenger. Now you won’t have to download the Facebook Messenger application as well.
The main missing feature is a version of the app that works on Android tablets. So for now it looks like you’ll be sticking with Facedroid, which is actually a really great tablet app for Facebook users, though it will set you back $1.99.