Photo sharing apps have become the focus on large companies like Google, Facebook, and Microsoft. They’re making innovative changes that make sharing, editing, and storing your photos easier. Facebook Moments is a new take on the photo sharing app market that will analyze your photos based on location, events, and use facial recognition so only the right people can see them.
The idea of the app is simple, creepy, yet very smart. Basically, Facebook will scan your photos and use facial recognition and location data to categorize them. The biggest draw is being able to quickly share them directly with friends or create shared galleries. The app is fairly smart that seems like it’s designed to compete with Google Photos.
It’s the first time a company wants to not only store your photos but also share them with friends, family, and co-workers. Google Photos has free unlimited photo storage, and smart editing features along with powerful video and story making. Sharing the photos isn’t that easy, and honestly who wants to store their photos and not share them? If Facebook can convince enough people to download the app and share photos Facebook could have something big on their hands.
The app is available for iOS and Android, and don’t forget to share the download links with your friends. Tell us in the comments below what you think about Facebook’s Moments app!