Facebook iPhone App Gets Account And Privacy Settings; Fixes Photo Uploading Bug
Facebook has released an updated version of their iPhone app (v3.3.2).
The updated iPhone app will allow users to access account settings and privacy settings.
It also fixes an annoying bug that prevented users from uploading photos to specific albums.
According to the Whatâ€™s new section, Facebook iPhone app v3.3.2 includes:
- Access account settings, privacy settings and Help Center
- Fixed a bug that prevented users from uploading photos to specific albums
You can access the Account and Privacy setting by tapping on the Account button on the top left corner of the app.
Tapping on the Account or Privacy settings opens up the respective webpage on Facebookâ€™s website, which seems to be a strange design choice for an app, which was considered one of the best iPhone apps available on the App Store.
We’re eagerly waiting for Facebook to bring the next evolution of Messages that it announced at a media event earlier today to the iPhone.
If you were facing the issue uploading photos then please let us know if the new version has fixed the issue.
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