Nobody likes to look at photos that are poorly lit and requires you to squint just to see things clearly. Facebook has just given its iOS app an update that can automatically enhance a photo before you share it.
The next time you share a photo using your iPhone, you’ll see a new auto enhance tool with a slider control that lets you adjust the light, shadow and clarity of your picture. If you don’t like what Facebook is doing, just tap the auto enhance button and it’ll revert the image back to its original state. Sure, Facebook already has an enhancement feature in its photo editing tool, but the new version lets you control the level of enhancement and is right there on the picture itself – no need to tap around just to make your picture look nicer.
It’s not a major update, but since a lot of other photo apps already provides enhancing tools of some sort – Instagram added five new filters today, Google+ already has auto-enhance feature since a year ago, and more, Facebook might as well join in the trend to make sharing a photo a lot quicker and straight forward.
The update should be available immediately for iOS devices, and according to TechCrunch, it’s coming soon for Android users as well.