Throughout the year, Facebook has been testing photo sync, allowing mobile users to automatically upload photos to the social network, but in a folder only they would see for later approval. The site announced Friday that photo sync is now available for iPhone and Android users.
In September, Facebook tested Photo Sync for Android, allowing users the choice of instantly uploading photos to Facebook (but to an album only they can see) when they are taken. TechCrunch reported Monday that the social network is bringing Photo Sync to Apple devices.
Facebook is testing a feature for its Android users that syncs photos taken on their mobile devices directly to their Facebook accounts.