Friday, May 25, 2012

Facebook Camera: Another addition to what is already huge

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Facebook camera is the newest surprised from Facebook. This was after Mark Zuckerberg’s wedding to Priscilla Chan, the celebrated acquisition of a popular photo application, Instagram, and introduction to IPO. Now, it has gotten even bigger. 

A lightweight photo manager, Facebook camera gives users the opportunity to experience a centralized spot that stores and make one browse photos of friends on the social network.

Dirk Scoop said that when launched, Facebook camera can let one see a feed of photos from people who matters to them. Facebook users can swipe to see what’s more in the album or just simply tap to zoom an individual photo.

The newest application enables one to share a multitude of photos at once. Similar with its mobile application, Facebook camera is leaner and thus makes photo browsing much easier.

What adds to an already interesting idea is that Facebook camera exhibits Instagram-like features like rotate, zoom or crop.

The application backs up Facebook’s mobile design with large images spread across the screen with its “Post Photos” icon. This, however, isn’t as feature rich as for photo sharing and editing applications like Adobe Photoshop Express or Camera Awesome. Nevertheless, it is expected to be of wide usage among Facebook users who constantly upload photos to Facebook.

The Facebook Camera application is available, momentarily, for iPhone users only.