Many of the photo-enhancement features Facebook has introduced for its mobile applications are now available via the Web, as well.
When Facebook users accessing the social network via the Web upload photos, hovering over each photo results in the display of two icons: one of a person, for photo tagging, and the other of a paintbrush, which brings up the new features (new for desktop, anyway).
Clicking on the paintbrush gives users the ability to:
- Use photo filters, currently Vintage, Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter and Snow.
- Crop photos (this option already existed).
- Add overlaid text to photos and customize font, size and color.
Readers: Do you have access to these new features yet? What do you think?