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iPhone and iPad Jailbreak: Facebook Upload Tweak

Facebook has worked hard to improve their app for the iPhone and iPad, but it is still nowhere near as slick as what we expect on our iOS device. However, there is a new Facebook upload tweak for the iPhone and iPad jailbreak, making uploading photos a much better experience.

After you have downloaded and installed the app you will notice a new button on the app, when you go ahead and touch the button you get a choice on which album you wish to add them too, as well as adding your own comment. Redmond Pie says that the app will cost just $1.99 and is from BigBoss; we do not need to remind you that you will need a jailbroken iOS device for it to work. Read our recent article on details of the iOS 4.3.3 jailbreak.

Speaking of taking photos on an iOS device, did you know that the iPhone 4 camera will soon become the most used camera on Flickr? The Nikon D90 is current at the number one spot, which you can see in the graph above, thanks to iPhone Hacks.

The reasons why the iPhone 4 camera is proving so popular, is because it is much easier to upload photos on the device than it is using the D90, or any other similar camera. Another reason is because it is much easier to carry an iPhone with you than it is a DSLR or even a compact camera.

We now wait to see how long it will be before the iPhone 4 takes that No: 1 spot, by that time the iPhone 5 should be out?

What device do you use to upload images to Flickr?

Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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