Facebook Forcing Users to Download New Photo Syncing App

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Facebook has announced it will discontinue support for photo syncing. Not unlike the move with "Messenger," Facebook will require users to download the "Moments" app if they want to continue to access photos privately synced from their smartphones.


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Jeremy H.

Orlando, Florida, United States

From 2002 to 2010, I served as lead paralegal and writer for a New York and Florida-based investment fraud law firm. In 2010, I branched out on my own to work as a stock fraud consultant, legal writer and copywriter for a select base of private clients. I draft content on a wi...

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