Facebook launches iPhone camera app
]]>As Facebook gets larger, the amount of spin-off apps grow, too. Released today, Facebook Camera is the social network's third iPhone app. Facebook Camera borrows heavily from Instagram, despite the fact that it was created before the now infamous $1 billion acquisition. So, how does it stack up?
(AP) -- Facebook's rocky initial public offering hasn't stopped life at the world's biggest online social network. On Thursday, the company unveiled a camera app for the iPhone.
Thu 24 May 12 from Phys.org
Similarities exist, but each app will appeal to different users.
Tue 29 May 12 from Arstechnica
Facebook will launch its own version of a standalone mobile photo sharing application Thursday in Apple's App Store, even after the social network dropped a cool $1 billion on Instagram, the ...
Fri 25 May 12 from FOXNews
Facebook to launch standalone camera app, Thu 24 May 12 from FOXNews
Unsurprisingly, the 'new' app lets you apply retro-style filters to photographs - just like on Instagram - but the free iPhone app also lets you share multiple photos at once.
Fri 25 May 12 from Daily Mail
Facebook creates new camera app - and guess what, it's quite similar to Instagram (which it bought for $1bn this month), Fri 25 May 12 from Daily Mail
]]>As Facebook gets larger, the amount of spin-off apps grow, too. Released today, Facebook Camera is the social network's third iPhone app. Facebook Camera borrows heavily from Instagram, despite ...
Thu 24 May 12 from Dvice
So much for Instagram?
Thu 24 May 12 from CNN
Facebook has released a dedicated camera app that’s designed to make it faster and easier to upload photos to the social network in addition to editing your pics and browsing those uploaded ...
Thu 24 May 12 from Techspot
The social network's new photography app appears to replicate many features of Instagram which it is buying for $1bn.
Thu 24 May 12 from BBC Technology