Facebook Releases Screenshot Importer For App Developers

Facebook continued to introduce new features aimed at helping application developers, following Wednesday’s announcement that mobile app install ads are now available to all developers with the less-ballyhooed rollout of a screenshot importer, which allows developers to import their apps’ screenshots from Apple’s iTunes App Store and Google Play directly into Facebook’s app center.

The social network described the new screenshot importer in a post on its developer blog:

You can now import your app’s screenshots from Apple App Store and Google Play to feature on Facebook app center. You will see a new link next to screenshots in the app details section that enables the import flow. In order to use this feature, you need to associate your App Store ID (iOS) or Package Name (Android) under settings and set the platform you want listed in app center.

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