Facebook just launched its own Camera application which lets users focus on browsing their albums and their friends’ albums, without having to load -and wait for- the rest of the Facebook experience. As you may have seen, Facebook does take photos very seriously and has spend one Billion dollars to buy Instagram recently. Yet, the company didn’t wait for some kind of integration with Instagram to improve the Facebook mobile photo experience – which was in dire need of an improvement.
With the new app, users can -and share- videos much more easily than with the regular app. For example, it is now possible to upload several photos at once – something that sounds seemingly simple, but was not available before. The application will show up in the App Store later today, and it seems to be a welcome improvement to one of the best Facebook feature.
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