Facebook has released a new version of its iOS app, which the company claims that it runs twice as fast as before. This new app is built from the ground up, and it really works faster, plus to view photos you can just tap on the image to open it up.
In the older version of the Facebook app, you can easily find the option to save the photo but in this new Facebook 5.0, users may face problem to save the photo. That’s because when viewing the photo, there’s only a “Done” button and the regular Like and comment icons.
Some people may like to save the photo to their device, but the option is not that easy to find. To get the “Save Photo” option, simply long press on the photo. This will give you the option to save the photo in your Camera Roll.
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With this method, you can now save photos to your Camera Roll, as you can see in the above image. Try out this method in the new version of Facebook for iOS.
Of course before saving the photo, make sure it’s not copyright protected.