Facebook Intros Dedicated Camera App for iPhone
Updated: edited text, added iTunes link.
Facebook today announced a separate camera application for the Apple iPhone that works independently from the full Facebook app. Camera for iPhone can be used to take photos as well as quickly access photos and albums that have been shared by their Facebook friends. Users can swipe through albums, enlarge photos, as well as edit and share their own using Instagram-style filters. Camera for iPhone supports tagging and captions, and multiple uploads to new or existing albums. Camera for iPhone is available for download from the iPhone App Store. It is free to use.
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