FriendCaster update brings photo editing to Facebook users
For all its popularity, it’s strange that Facebook offers hardly any kind of photo editing tools, even on the web. Well, the folks at OneLouder Apps are about to change that, as they’ve just updated their FriendCaster app for Android devices. The update includes several bug fixes, along with a few juicy new features. Namely, the ability to add effects, stickers, and other goodies to photos before you share them. The new version also allows for multi-account support, and a quick camera launcher, so users can capture those awesome shots right from the FriendCaster app.
This makes FriendCaster the first known app to incorporate photo editing. I personally use FriendCaster on several devices, and can’t wait to play around with some of the new editing tools. So what are you waiting for? Head on over to the Market and get to editing those photos! You can download the app by using the box below.
Who’s updated FriendCaster already? What do you think about the new tools? Let us know by leaving a comment!
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