Among all of the smartphone platforms out there, just which has the least appealing Facebook app? Most folks would definitely claim that Google’s Android picks up that distinction, hands down. Well, we are glad to report that Zuckerberg and co. are not just going to sit down idly and let this situation continue, as they are working on Facebook for Android for some time already, with a promise that a native app for Android is in the pipeline.
In fact, the Photo Sync feature is being tested even as you read this, and select lucky users with the latest version of the app are happily uploading photos to Facebook without a care in the world. This would mean upon a successful testing period, Android users will be able to check out a wide release in due time. This feature functions in a similar manner as that of the Google+ app, where all photos are uploaded and stored in a private album automatically. The thing is, Facebook syncing will also consider just how much juice your phone has before performing the synchronizing, making necessary optimizations to the image in order to further save your data plan when the situation calls for it.