Facebook is offering its new Photo Sync users to all users of its Android and iOS mobile apps. It'll automatically upload all photos taken to a private folder.
The Facebook mobile app Photo Sync feature, which the social network has been trailing on iOS and Android for the last few weeks, is now rolling out to all users.
When enabled, the Photo Sync feature automatically uploads all photos taken with the device's camera to a private mobile uploads album on Facebook.
Before the picture is published to the user's timeline, they must enter the folder and manually publish each snap which will, naturally, avoid any distasteful or inappropriate photos slipping through the cracks.
The process is aimed at making mobile photo uploads less hassle for users.
The feature, which is similar to an Instant Upload feature within Google+ and Apple's Photo Stream functionality in iCloud will be coming to all users in the news few days.
You'll need to enable Photo Sync by hitting the Photos menu within the app settings.