Facebook has been experimenting with photo synchronization for a couple of months now, and it looks like the finished product is finally here. Today, the social networking giant is announcing its new photo sync feature. The said feature, according to Facebook, will allow photos from your phone to sync automatically to a private album on the web. In short, the photo sync feature now makes photo sharing easier across devices. Basically, when you want to share a particular photo on the web, you’ll only need to select and post it. Google says that it has already began testing the app in August, and added that it will continue to make it available to more people in the coming weeks.
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