Facebook updates its Android app on Thursday with a new “upload flow” feature that makes it easier to upload, caption and tag multiple photos on the go. Uploading photos to the service through the Android app used to be more trouble than it was worth, so it’s good to see the problem addressed. In addition to improved photo uploads, the update is giving users the ability to create events, which is still absent in the Facebook app for iOS. Lastly, users can make their Facebook conversations a little more interesting by adding photos and emojis to messages.
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