Facebook wants your photos. All of them. In fact, word is that they’re working on a feature for iOS that’ll do just that — upload each and every photograph you take automatically. It’s a feature dubbed Photo Sync, and it’s already available for Android.
According to TechCrunch, select users of the Facebook iOS app can go to the photos section of the app’s left menu, where they may be the option to enable the feature.
Photo Sync will automatically upload any image you take onto Facebook in a private album, and then you’ll be able to set who can see which images.
I can’t say I’m a huge fan of the concept, personally, but I know there are people out there who would love it. For me, using things like the iPhone’s HDR system or Instagram might mean multiple copies of every image are uploaded, which I don’t think anyone wants. There’s also the whole thing of not every photograph you take should be put online — that image of your driver’s license you snapped, for instance.
Keep in mind that not every feature Facebook works on makes the cut. This might never leave a private beta, either.