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Peter -- Clayton Morris -- your fox tactic this week FaceBook rolled out their brand of FaceBook camera.
Which is -- simple easy to use photo app for the iPhone iPod Touch and the iPad.
But even -- yourself.
In the world that they were on -- camera app when they already have a FaceBook -- On those devices well more people than ever before taking photos with the Smartphones it's -- I've been testing the -- for a few days now have to say I'd like it a lot so much so that -- rather spend time using camera than the main FaceBook app.
Which I find a little sluggish and bloated.
Camera is light and fast FaceBook camera is exactly what it sounds like just a camera -- for FaceBook downloaded for free from the App Store you launch the app.
And sign in with your FaceBook credentials.
-- then asked for access to your phone's camera -- if you agree to give it access you'll suddenly see all the photos on your phone pop up at the top of the app.
My favorite feature lets users share multiple photos all at -- rather than needing to post one at a time like the regular FaceBook.
You can also add filters crop and resize and -- basic enhancements.
So all this begs the question why can I do all of this in the regular FaceBook app.
Well perhaps an update is in the works I have to imagine with the acquisition of -- Graham that it will probably come to the FaceBook app.
But until then the other day I tried to take a photo at a picnic.
And try to upload it and it stalled twice so much so that I just gave up never upload -- that phone.
So if -- like taking photos and elect commenting on other people's photos -- this is the -- For you if you have any questions on how to use it you can find me on Twitter at Clayton Morris but -- also on FaceBook.
Don't forget about that you know it's -- on FOX & Friends every weekend we'll see you next.
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