The world’s largest social network also plans to launch its own application for iPhone and Android in order not to fall behind in the recent instant photo sharing market, and allows its users to broadcast online. “miniphotos”. The information came from two unidentified engineers working at Facebook in an interview with the New York Times.
According to the duo, who preferred not to be identified, Mark Zuckerberg would personally follow the development of the application, which is already in its final stages. The app should follow the path opened by Instagram, where users can take pictures with their iPhone and apply instant filters such as old photo, black and white, cinema grain, among others, and share their work with friends on the internet.
According to the engineers, the app is practically ready, but CEO Zuckerberg doesn’t want his app to have less than 12 different filters, which is a way to show off an edge over its competitors. There are rumors that Facebook will try to buy Instagram before, but the bargain did not materialize.
Source: Tec Mundo