Great for viewing the photo feed

Big, colorful images that bleed off the page and simple swipe controls make the Facebook Camera app the best way to view Facebook photos.
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Comments come with photos and names

You'll now be able to view names and photos of the friends who like your images.
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Like or comment

The Like and comment buttons on the Facebook Camera are easy to see in the lower left for quick access.
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Select your photos

The photo selection screen lets you select individual photos or groups, and you'll now be able to upload them to a specific folder on Facebook.
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Update details

The latest update to the Facebook Camera app makes it better than before, but why not have just one Facebook app?
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