Engadget Hands On: Facebook Camera App: Instagram much?

Engadget | Facebook has kept itself rather busy in the last month or so with such tasks as going public and purchasing popular photo-sharing app Instagram, but that doesn't mean it stopped working on other projects in the meantime. This realization is apparent with the launch of Facebook Camera, a photo-centric application that chooses to remain separated from the company's general mobile representation. It's still connected with social network, of course, but it brings a fresh user interface and some light Photoshop-esque features to the table: filters, cropping, zoom, twist and so on. We had the opportunity to grab the new app and take it for a spin on an iPhone, so check out the gallery and continue below for our first impressions.

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fatstarr4382d ago

technically they own instagram sooo.......

but on another note
we dont need more fake-ness on the internet
filters create magic and lies...

hopefully this never goes public. and have mercy if they try to make this work on 1/2 of the android devices

crazytechfanatic4381d ago

they bought instagram to do this?

why didn't then just make instagram into something like instagram, now for fb, instead of a completely separate app


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