Remember when Facebook announced it was buying Instagram for $1 billion?
Facebook might not.
Facebook is launching Facebook Camera, an app for editing, filtering and sharing photos. Facebook Camera has 15 filters and functions a lot like Instagram, at least when Instagram was only available for Apple devices.
If you're wondering why Facebook would buy Instagram and then release an app that seems a lot like Instagram, you're not alone.
The New York Times said Facebook is targeting a different audience: the 860 million Facebook users who aren't on Instagram, which is home to about 40 million photographers.
A Facebook spokesman told TechCrunch he expects Facebook Camera could provide "some healthy competition" to Instagram, which Facebook has vowed to keep independent.
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Facebook product manager Dirk Stoop said Facebook Camera's apps were developed in-house and not borrowed from Instagram.
Facebook Camera has one huge advantage over Instagram, according to TechCrunch: the option to upload multiple photos at once.
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