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This New App Helps Users Share and Receive The Photos They Didn't Take

 - Jun 19, 2015
References: play.google & hellogiggles
Facebook has just unveiled a new standalone app called 'Moments,' which facilitates seamless photo-sharing with friends and family. Not only does the new app help you share the photos that you have taken, but it also helps you access the photos you didn't take.

'Moments' works by grouping the photos in your phone's gallery according to when they were taken. The app then uses facial recognition technology to identify who is in each photo. After everyone in an album is identified, the group photos can easily be shared with those friends who are in the pictures. You can also choose to share the photos publicly on social media as well.

This seamless photo-sharing app is set to revolutionize the way we share group photos by making the process as simple as possible. As of today, US customers can download the app on their iOS and Android devices.