Facebook have set some new feature on some of the net’s hottest photo sharing services including Instagram, Path and the ridiculously well-funded Color with a new iPhone app, according to a report from Techcrunch. Techcrunch said that it has hold of 50Mb worth of screenshots and documentation about an upcoming app from Facebook and that it looks “awesome.”
This move is not as surprising as Facebook has become the net’s largest photo sharing site by making it simple for users to upload photos and share them so that friends and family members can comment on them. But the one, using it from early phase have embraced Instagram, which lets you take a picture, geo-tag it, enhance it with filter, and share it with followers on the social network as well as a number of third-party services (including Facebook) in seconds. And they, there are some five millions in number.
This fame may be of concern to Facebook because it helps to keep as much “social” activity as it can on its own network. The details published from Techcrunch on Wednesday are not much clear to the entire related thing. The Details published is not clear whether the new app seeks to copy features from Instagram/Path/Color or whether it re-imagines mobile photo sharing. Facebook has taken on other hot services, such as FourSquare and Quora, with its own versions — Places and Questions, respectively — and neither of those companies died an early death.
This is becoming much scary to be a small but growing service and see screenshots of a competing service given by them or site with a user base closing in on a billion users but Facebook didn’t respond immediately to a request for comment.