- Nov 27, 2012
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There are millions of photos being uploaded everyday on Facebook, and now it seems that the world's biggest social network is looking to improve their quality. A recent story on TechCrunch reveals that Facebook will start to auto-enhance newly uploaded photos starting today on iOS devices.
Thus, users will be able to adjust a slider to control how enhanced the light, shadow, and clarity should be, or revert back to the original shot.
The tool could make it much quicker to post well-lit photos so you can share on the go and get back to what you were doing. Facebook and the other social apps are locked in a battle for photo sharing. To the winner goes tons of engagement. That’s why Twitter just revamped its filtering interface, Snapchat started letting you dual-filter with color filters and its geo-filter titles, and Instagram today added five new filters. Google+ added a similar auto-enhance feature a year ago.
The Facebook app hasn't been updated just yet, but it should be rolling out soon. What do you think about this new feature?