Facedroid, Platinum Apps' tablet-centric Facebook client, got a major update today, bringing the app up to version 2.0.

For those who aren't familiar, Facedroid, which was released back in December of 2011, is a powerful Facebook client that looks to replace – and improve upon – Facebook's own mobile experience. The app does everything you'd expect and more, allowing for quick browsing, sharing, and updating, and its 2.0 update brings even more functionality, along with a guidelines-inspired redesign.

Besides the visual overhaul, the 2.0 update adds the ability to view and manage friend "Groups," improved optimization for 7" devices, performance improvements, a new Settings section, and "heaps" of bug fixes.

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The app still has its quirks, but Facedroid is definitely an app worth checking out for those users that want as much versatility as possible out of a Facebook client. Just hit the widget below to grab the download.

Update: The Facedroid team has uploaded version 2.01 to the Play Store, fixing compatibility issues with the Nexus 7 and other Jelly Bean devices, as well as squashing a few other bugs.