Facebook Camera, Facebook’s own stand alone app software specifically for photos has been recently launched for iOS devices. At present, this app is available for download from the iOS App Store. The inspiration for this camera app is taken from Instagram. As per company, this app is built without the use of Instagram’s technology. You can see photos from your news feed with the help of this app that let you to apply filters and batch uploads. Facebook purchased Instagram for an eye-watering $1 billion in April 2012.
Similar to Instagram, this app is featured with a range of filers for providing your snaps that retro feel. Users are permitted to shoot, edit, filter and share photos to Facebook without ever leaving the app by Facebook Camera. This app can also allow users to “like” and comment on the photos in the stream. You can capture a photo by tapping a camera icon in the upper left corner of your screen, aim and shoot. After capturing photo, you can add filters, crop or tilt your photo, and share it on Facebook. Users are also offered with the ability to rotate and crop photos previous to posting them to their Facebook feed.
This camera has more sensible 14 filters that are named with titles that explain how they change photos like Bright, Emerald and Copper. Users can tick the photos within their camera roll and upload them as a batch because multiple photo upload is also supported by camera. Users can post multiple photos at a time, add a caption, crop, and apply one of 14 vintage-style filters with this camera.