Facebook is looking to go head-to-head with Apple and Google by rolling out a new feature called Slideshow into its main iOS app.
Facebook is continuing the rollout of new features for those accessing the social network's features via mobile devices. After providing a handful of iOS users with the ability to upload a short seven second video as their profile picture that would continuously loop, the Palo Alto-based social networking giant has now upgraded its photo-editing suite of features to include an excellent and fun new scribble functionality that lets users turn illustrator by doodling directly onto photographs. The feature is available on both the iOS and Android platforms.
As Snapchat has shown over the past few months, there's a pretty huge market for self-destructing photo sharing, and looking to integrate this model into Facebook comes an app called Secret.li. Newly released over at the iOS App Store, borrows from the idea of Snapchat in that it allows you to upload images that, in turn will delete themselves after a set amount of time.
How to Save Facebook Photos to Your iPhone Camera Roll Using the Official Facebook for iPhone App [Jailbreak Tweak]
One of the features missing from the official Facebook for iPhone app is the ability to save to your Facebook photos to iPhone’s camera roll. But fortunately, there is now a new iPhone tweak available on Cydia which enables you to save any photo from the Facebook app right into camera roll.