“When you launch the app, you’ll see a feed of just great photos from the people you care about,” Stoop reports. “You can swipe to see more of any album or tap to enlarge an individual photo.”
“Now you can quickly share multiple photos all at once instead of having to post one at a time. Just select the shots you want to share by tapping the check-mark on each photo and then hit post. You’ll have a chance to add a caption, say where you were and tag friends before you share,” Stoop reports. “It’s also easy to edit photos with new tools like the ability to crop, rotate and add filters to any picture in your camera roll.”
Stoop reports, “Camera will be available for iPhone starting later today.”
See the screenshots of the app in the full article here.
More info and download drinks for Facebook’s apps via Apple’s iTunes App Store here.
“Development work on its new app had to have been on for a while, which obviously leads to the idea that Facebook was seeking to create an Instagram competitor before it bought out what it was looking to fight,” Aabha Rathee writes for Wall St. Cheat Sheet.
Read more in the full article here.
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