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Facebook also released an official statement, published on its newsroom saying that the company has encouraged its employees to use Android because it is "the most popular operating system in the world".

Publicly, Zuckerberg fired back at Cook in early April, calling his comments "glib". We don't know if the latter is true - Facebook keeps that information under lock and key - but it's likely to be the case, given Android's market share and Facebook's global popularity.

The Facebook founder was reportedly so enraged by criticism from Apple CEO Tim Cook that he personally instructed executives to stop using iPhones in favor of Android devices.

In that report, Apple and the company's CEO, Tim Cook, were brought up. The story talks about Facebook's response on all the recent problems and questions around user privacy data. Privacy to us is a human right. Per the NYT, that came in response to comments Cook make slamming Facebook in an MSNBC interview earlier this year in the wake of revelations that Cambridge Analytica improperly obtained info on millions of Facebook users.

In on broadcast interview, Cook was asked what his advice would be on the situation and responded "I wouldn't be in that situation".

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Well, all of that reportedly didn't go over well with Zuckerberg, who, in a retaliatory action, told management to shift their personal phones from iPhone to Android.

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Even if Android isn't what Facebook's team is using 24/7, it's still encouraging to hear that the platform is at least pushed for work purposes.

In a post about the reports, the company said it didn't use Apple simply because it wasn't the biggest operating system out there and therefore the company "encouraged our employees and executives to use Android because it is the most popular operating system in the world". "Because that sounds ridiculous to me".