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This article was published on October 6, 2015

Facebook is bringing Messenger’s Doodle image editing to its main app

Facebook is bringing Messenger’s Doodle image editing to its main app
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Facebook is bringing its method for annotating pictures to its main app. Called Doodle, the feature lets you free-form draw on pictures you’ve uploaded to Facebook.

To use Doodle, all you have to do is upload a picture, click edit, and start drawing. There’s a color slider that shows up on the right side of the screen, should you want to create an amazing technicolor image.

If this sounds familiar, it’s because Messenger has similar functionality — as well as stickers for images. This is the first time image annotation has come to the main app.

Doodle is reportedly rolling out across both iOS and Android today, so be on the lookout for an update — then start drawing on faces.

Facebook’s Doodle lets users draw on photos, adding new feature to built-in photo editor [GeekWire]