A lot of people have been complaining about the iPhone->iPad conversion, especially in 2x mode. Facebook.app looks borderline unusable, but by doing a couple of things I've managed to make it completely usable and look great as well. 1. Install "FullForce" from Cydia. FullForce basically turns iPhone apps into great-looking iPad apps (usually). From Gizmodo: "A clever little extension that installs to the iPad's settings screen. From there, you can designate iPhone apps—the ones that haven't been properly adapted for the iPad yet—to stretch out to the iPad's resolution. I'm not talking about pixel doubling, either: apps employ native UI elements, and scale dynamically." 2. Enable Facebook.app in FullForce settings, in Settings.app. From here you can also enable any other iPhone app you'd like to try with FullForce. 3. Just one more nice little touch. I've created a Default.png file for Facebook on the iPad - this is the splash screen you see when you open the app. I've included both the tinypic link, and a dropbox zip file - I'm not really sure whether uploading it to tinypic will cause any issues, so just to be safe. Tinypic Dropbox To use this, SSH into your iPad and put it in the following place: /User/Applications/AA42E7C2-C8B4-4F2A-A237-848F67BE37E7/Facebook.app You should keep the original Default.png just in case, but this should work. I'm not sure if the AA42... section is the same for everyone, I would think it would be though. If not, doing a simple search for Facebook.app in Cyberduck worked for me. Enjoy!