Dedicated Facebook Camera app for iOS aggregates all of your friends' photos and more

Dedicated Facebook Camera app for iOS aggregates all of your friends' photos and more
So yeah, Windows Phone users surely got a treat today as a new software update overhauls the experience of them, but it seems as though Facebook isn’t done with the tricks up its sleeves. In fact, iOS users are in for a special surprise as a new kind of Facebook app is currently available for download in the App Store.

Obviously, we’re all well aware about the Facebook app for iOS, but for those with an affinity for shooting/viewing Facebook photos, you ought to know there’s a new dedicated app for that. Specifically, the Facebook Camera app is an independent one that allows users to instantly view your friends’ photo albums.

Unlike the standard Facebook app, this Camera centric one makes it even easier to share multiple photos simultaneously by simply tapping the check-mark on each photo – as opposed to uploading each one individually. Lastly, users will have a few different editing options available with the app, such as cropping, rotating, and those oh-so lovable filters that we’re certain people will go gaga over.

Much like all of the other Facebook related apps out there, this one can be downloaded right now for free through the App Store. If you’re irritated by the photo experience found with the traditional app, it’s undoubtedly going to be a thing of the past with this.

source: iTunes & Facebook via Phonescoop



1. skymitch89

Posts: 1453; Member since: Nov 05, 2010

Facebooks adaptation of Instagram. I know that this is about Facebook Camera for iOS, but I'm just fine with the ability to upload 1 photo at a time to Facebook with the app that I have for Android (version 1.7.2). If I wanted to upload multiple photos to Facebook, then I would just transfer the photos to my laptop, make sure that I'm connected to a fairly fast wireless network, and upload them that way.

3. pooked

Posts: 56; Member since: Jan 27, 2012

Whats the point of having a smartphone if you are going to hook it to laptop to then upload the pictures. Your way of thinking takes away from what smartphones should be capable of. I want my smartphone to upload dozens of pictures to any social network or cloud storage without having to go home and hooking it up to my pc. I want my phone to be my PC to its fullest, although it does not come close to replacing it. Im tired of typing, you are such an idiot skymith89. Your mentality is idiotic, and i love my galaxy nexus.

2. ChafedBanana

Posts: 409; Member since: Sep 20, 2011

How about a link to the iOS app? Searching in the Apple app store with the key search word: Facebook, does not produce results for it.

4. pooked

Posts: 56; Member since: Jan 27, 2012

link is in the article. Read it fully numbnuts.

5. good2great

Posts: 1042; Member since: Feb 22, 2012

haha!!! +1 @numbnuts

6. PhoneArenaUser

Posts: 5498; Member since: Aug 05, 2011

ChafedBanana is iOS user. :)

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