New MySpace Homepage: Facebook doppelganger

News today, that online social networking site “MySpace” has given it’s homepage a complete new look! The site which was founded in 2003 and is based in California, became the most popular networking site in the U.S. in June 2006, appealing mainly to users in the age bracket of 13-34 years of age. Today, though, it sees stiff competition from Facebook, Twitter and others.

According to NewStatesman, the homepage has been given a new design to appear less cluttered and give a neater look. With the complete new overhaul, users to the site will notice that the “recommendations” have now been grouped together in one section rather than being spread around. Also, another feature for users to look out for, is the section “My Stuff”, which will contain users’ photos, videos, music and events.

It is hoped that the new prominent revamped homepage will reach out to a much wider audience and increase its user numbers.

What do you think about the new revamped homepage? Do the features appear easier? Give us your comments below. To read more about this check out NewStatesman