After a turbulent week dealing with angry shareholders, the world’s largest social network has added an app called Facebook Camera to its mobile arsenal. Targeting iPhone users (but also iPod Touch and iPad compatible devices), Facebook Camera provides a photo-centric Facebook experience which includes batch uploads, image editing and a feed of recently uploaded photos from friends.
Users now can crop their photos down to size and apply one of 15 Instagram-style photo filters to their images before uploading, tagging friends and sharing. Facebook Camera also increases the maximum photo resolution to 2048×2048 pixels, which is a significant leap over the standard Facebook mobile app.
Using a simple interface, the app provides quick access to the Camera Roll at all times, and overlays a pop-up feed of latest photo posts from friends. Much like Facebook Messenger, the new app is designed to do one thing simply and effectively. The initial customer reactions on the App Store are generally positive.
Download: Facebook Camera @ App Store (iPhone, iPod Touch & iPad)
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