Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Facebook activates automatic image synchronization with your iOS devices

For several days, we generally find that our implementation of Facebook has a new feature that enables automatic synchronization of images from our device with the popular social network.

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Thus, we take photos from your iPhone / iPod Touch / iPad will be uploaded directly to the social network so we can share the photos you want from your contacts.

To activate the service, we must access the application and in the menu on the left to find, access the Photos. Once there, we go to the "Sync" and we get the option to activate Photo Sync.

The operation is very simple: once activated, Facebook us create a private folder where uploaded all the photos of our devices, giving us the option to share those photos we want.

The service is similar to Photo Stream, with the difference that instead of storing our photos in iCloud, store it in the Facebook.

Now we only have to weigh who we give our photos in case you want to store them in the cloud. We have services like iCloud, Dropbox, Google Drive, SkyDrive, and now Facebook. Decide Who did?

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