Facebook Begins Testing Automatically Upload Photos on Android

Fri, Sep 21, 2012, by bangpress

Social Networks

The news is being released slowly, just for users to test and provide feedback. To see if it is available on your Android, visit the Facebook timeline on your phone, select "Photos" and then check if the "Sync" is there.

Facebook begins testing automatically upload photos on Android
If Apple announced a deeper integration with Facebook in its new iOS 6, was Android, Google, who first brought a really interesting new application on your social network, on Wednesday (19). A new feature of the app, still being tested, it can automatically sync photos taken by the phone with your Facebook album.

The service, called Facebook Photo Sync, allows the user to take a photo on your Android device, automatically send the image to a private album called “Synced from Phone” (Synchronized by Mobile). Thus, it is possible to make a backup of your photos so much practice, without using sharing sites like Picasa and Photobucket.

Facebook begins testing automatically upload photos on Android
Moreover, this is a great feature for those people who have lazy to upload photos to Facebook. Now, just take the picture it will automatically be in your social network, but in a hidden folder. If you want to make public any of the images to your friends, just copy it to an album.

The news is being released slowly, just for users to test and provide feedback. To see if it is available on your Android, visit the Facebook timeline on your phone, select “Photos” and then check if the “Sync” is there.

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