There are niggles, and it won’t be for everyone, but it’s a good app and quietens Facebook’s noise.
Facebook Camera Review
by on July 20, 2012
There’s not a lot of reason to use this app if all you want to do is take and upload photos (it doesn’t do video) to your Facebook account; you could just use the main Facebook app, or use a more powerful app such as iLoader, which, unlike Facebook Camera, lets you upload into specific albums.
But Facebook Camera does have a place, and it’s telling that Facebook introduced this after its acquisition of Instagram. By changing the focus of the sprawling Facebook so that it’s just about photos, the nature of your network changes. It becomes less about polls, frivolous Facebook apps, marketing and the like, and much more about your friends and how you and they see the world.
The app is polished – more so than the main Facebook app – and there’s no reason why you shouldn’t have at least both (Facebook also has separate apps for Pages and Messenger) Facebook apps on your phone, making the decision about in what way you want to engage with your friends as you pick which one to launch.
Download this app: Facebook Camera for iPhone
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