New "Camera for Facebook" iPhone App Sends a Picture to Facebook in One Touch

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Hits number 11 on Blackberry in its first week.

"Camera for Facebook" app gives users one-touch submission of photos to their Facebook wall

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Now iPhone and Blackberry users can take a picture with their phones and send it to Facebook with one click.

This is a feature that comes standard with Android phones but was missing on iPhone and Blackberry cameras. But the "Camera for Facebook" app makes up for this for a mere .99 cents and is available for both the iPhone and Blackberry.

The app is designed to save users from having to go find pictures later to upload them. This will save hours of time over the long run for users that often send pictures to their Facebook page.

Without the app, users must login to Facebook and then go find the upload picture button, and then browse through folders and review images until they find the one they want. Then they can finally upload it.

"Since you're already looking at the photo when you take it, you should just send it then instead of having to go find it later," says the app maker, Tuscan Concepts Inc. "Our app allows you to do that in one-touch."

It also allows the user to review the photo for as long as they want before making a decision. Normal cameras often show the picture for 2 seconds before it disappears. This app keeps it on screen until you make a decision.

If users like the picture, they can just press the "Send to Facebook" button. It will automatically appear on their Facebook wall and in their mobile uploads folder. It also saves a copy on their phone.

The app quickly hit #11 overall on Blackberry in its first week.

iPhone users may find it here in the app store:

Blackberry users may find it here in Blackberry App World:

Tuscan Concepts Inc. also made the "Signal Refresh" app for Blackberry which hit #5 back in October. They have also created the "5 in1 DoneRight Kitchen Timer" which has appeared on HSN, QVC, and most recently on America's Test Kitchen.


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