Facebook started testing Photo Sync feature for their Android, iPhone and iPad apps back in August. Now they have started rolling out the feature to everyone. There is no app update for this feature, you just get a notification when you open the Facebook app to enable Photo Sync feature. This automatically uploads entire photos in your phone as you capture. You can also sync your entire phone photos, and you get 2GB of storage for it. The auto photo upload feature is already available on Google+ as instant upload and in Dropbox as Camera Upload.
Features of Photo Sync for Facebook
- Sync photos to Facebook when you capture
- All synced photos are stored in a private folder to share it later
- Syncs photos over WiFi or Cellular, WiFi only or disable sync
- Photos are synced at smaller size (100kb) on a cellular network
- 2GB of Photo Sync storage
Did you try Facebook Photo Sync on your Android and iOS devices yet?
- Automatic Facebook Photo Syncing Now Available On iOS (appadvice.com)
- Facebook rolling out Photo Sync on Android and iOS (phonearena.com)
- Facebook Photo Sync brings automatic photo sharing (electronista.com)