Facebook’s iOS app now supports Live Photos



Facebook photos are about to get more expressive.

The social network updated its iOS app Monday with support for Apple’s Live Photos, the moving images the company introduced with the iPhone 6S.

Unlike a typical photograph, Live Photos capture one 12-megapixel image along with a second and a half of video before and after, strung together to create a short clip that’s very GIF-like

Sharing Live Photos from Facebook’s app works the same way as uploading standard images. Choose a Live Photo (indicated by the three concentric circles symbol in the bottom right corner of your photo) from your Camera Roll and tap the circle icon again so it says “Live.” Read more…

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