FaceDropt allows working with one album at a time, and lets you readjust the schedule for the uploading task. Any album created by the app is private in nature, and can be accessed by the owner only.
Using the app is as simple as it gets. All you need to do is launch the app, authorize it access to your Facebook account, hit the Configure Album button, fill in the required details about the event title and time, and you’re good to go. Now, as you keep snapping images, they keep displaying on the app’s home screen on grid, while at the same time, being uploaded to the selected Facebook album. Through notification bar alerts, you can monitor the overall backup progress. Needless to say, the app keeps constantly running in the background till the scheduled upload time expires, or the task is cancelled altogether by the user. As soon as a new task is defined, the app is at your service again, monitoring and uploading any new photos that you capture within the set timeframe.
We tested FaceDropt on a couple of devices. While it refused to work properly on Galaxy Nexus (running Android 4.1.1), there were no such issues with the app uploading our photos from HTC Desire Z (running Android 4.1). Not only did it manage to create the custom album on my Facebook Photos, but also uploaded all the images successfully.
FaceDropt is available in the Google Play Store as an ad-supported free app; however, through in-app purchasing, you can get rid of all the ads once and for all.
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