Facebook users share hundreds of millions of photos every day — more than 350 million, by the social network’s last count. But for every selfie, Instagram and vacation photo you share, chances are that dozens of photos never make it off your phone.
Facebook now has an app for those photos, called Moments
The app, the latest standalone app from Facebook’s Creative Labs team, aims to make it easier for friends to privately share photos outside of Facebook
The app syncs with the photos on your device — users can choose which images to sync with the service — and organizes them into album-like groups based on which friends are in the photos and where they were taken. Since the app uses the same facial recognition features as photos shared on the main Facebook app, Moments should be fairly adept at identifying the people you know in your photos Read more…
Source: Mashable Social Media