Facebook Photo Sync Rolling Out to iOS Devices - TheTechNBlog
Facebook is now rolling out a new photo-syncing feature that will automatically save a copy of every picture you take on your iDevice to a private folder on Facebook, much like Microsoft’s SkyDrive photo option on Windows Phone devices. You’ll simply be able to take an image and a copy of it will be saved online for your viewing later. It won’t be on by default though, according to TechCrunch, so users will instead need to open the sidebar inside the iOS Facebook app and check the “Photo Sync” box.
It’s not available for everyone just yet, and users will only get 2GB of storage space, compared to the 7GB that SkyDrive offers. Still, it’s a great free option, and I’m sure Facebook will eventually even charge for additional storage, in a boost to make more profit.
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