Facebook recently introduced a photo sharing app, that will help to address the problem of getting friends to send each other the photos they’ve been storing in their own phones, is expanding to a video form. The app will now automatically to create a video of your shared photos which you can customize, personalize and share back to Facebook.
With the update, Facebook Moments will automatically create a music video for any grouping of six or more photos. You can then tap this video in the app and customize it further by changing the comprised photos and selecting from about a lot of different background music options. When you’re done making your choices to this video, one more tap will share the video directly to Facebook and tag the friend or friends with whom you’re already sharing those photos.
Facebook Moments is actually quickly solving one of the age-old challenges smartphone users have faced – like, you want to get a copy of photos your friend took, but they forget to send them. You then have to nag them to text you, email you the photos.
Facebook Moments makes it much easier, as it instead allows you to privately sync photos from your phone to others, and it uses a combination of date and time stamps, location as well as facial recognition to group photos into collections you can share.