Photo syncing now available through Facebook mobile

Photo syncing on Facebook

Photo syncing is not entirely new, since Google has enabled it through their android phones; however it is new to Facebook and was just released on November 30th, although testing began back in August.

Photo syncing enables the pictures you take from your mobile device to be automatically sent to a private album on Facebook, allowing its users to eliminate the sharing every photo process, instead every single photo will be added privately until you return to the Facebook platform and enable the pictures of your choosing to be shared with your privacy settings.

Currently you can choose to photo sync to Facebook from over 7000 types of mobiles devices, from using the Facebook camera app, Facebook Messenger app as well as the iPad app for Facebook. Your pictures will not automatically be shared publicly unless you choose them too, but if you opt-in, you will have them auto sync to a private album only you can see on your profile until you make it otherwise.

Written by Erin Ryan

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