Facebook Moments app shot up charts after deletion warning

Because Facebook doesn't seem to have any perceivable limit to how many photos you can upload, it isn't surprising that there are some users out there who have turned to Facebook as a photo backup service where all they have to do is create a private album and it's as good as saved.However it seems that Facebook doesn't want users to do that anymore, and according to reports, the company has started to send notifications to users and are pushing them to download its Moments app, an app launched last year that focuses on private photos where you can keep photos private, but also choose who you want to share it with.This isn't anything new but we guess there's a dedicated app for it. According to the notification and email that Facebook has sent to users, it seems that they will be deleting privately synced from your phone to Facebook, and that if you want to save those photos, you'll have to download Moments.Facebook has been known to be rather pushy and in the past, we've seen them essentially force users to

Facebook Moments app shot up charts after deletion warning

Moments app skyrocketed from 60th most downloaded app in the U.S. to 1st.        

Wed 15 Jun 16 from USA today

Facebook will delete your synced photos unless you download its Moments app - CNET

Facebook users report receiving an email from the social network asking them to download another of the company's apps if they wish to continue using a service that syncs their photos.

Sat 11 Jun 16 from CNET Cutting Edge

In Order to Push Moments, Facebook Threatens to Delete Synced Photos Forever

In preparation for a full-scale push of the Moments app, Facebook has issued users an ultimatum: download the app, or risk losing many of your photos forever.Read more...

Sat 11 Jun 16 from Gizmodo

Facebook Forces Users To Install Moments Photo App Or Face Having All Synched Pics Deleted

When you're the largest social networking site on the planet, you get to call the shots, good or bad. To that end, Facebook is wielding its power to strong arm users into installing its standalone ...

Sat 11 Jun 16 from HotHardware

Facebook Starts Pushing Its Moments App To Users

Because Facebook doesn't seem to have any perceivable limit to how many photos you can upload, it isn't surprising that there are some users out there who have turned to Facebook as a photo ...

Sat 11 Jun 16 from Ubergizmo

Facebook pushes users to download its Moments app

Facebook is urging people to download yet another one of its apps after shoving users towards Messenger. This time, the social network has begun sending out warnings that their synced ...

Fri 10 Jun 16 from Engadget

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