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December 02, 2012

Facebook rolls out Photo Sync for Android and iOS

One of the first things that greeted me this morning on Facebook was Photo Sync – a feature that let’s you upload photos automatically from your mobile device to the social network.

The concept is pretty simple, Photo Syncing lets you save the photos from your phone’s gallery to Facebook automatically, similar to what Google+ does with its instant photo uploads. Facebook then stores the photos in your private folder so you can choose which ones to share later on. To access this feature just go to your Timeline on your Android or iOS device, tap on Photos then tap on Synced at the bottom of the page.

Facebook uploads the photos in a much smaller file size (about 100KB). Still you are given 2GB of cloud storage with an option to sync it over mobile internet or WiFi.


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2 Responses to “Facebook rolls out Photo Sync for Android and iOS”

  1. wha
    Twitter: CallMeWHA

    works only on iOs6.

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