One of the selling points of Windows Phone is the tight social integration and ability to pull photos from Facebook into the built-in photo application. Microsoft mimicked this same functionality in Windows 8, but it appears the company is removing some of it for Windows 8.1. Although the photos app in Windows 8.1 has been improved with editing functionality , the app has dropped Facebook and Flickr integration alongside the removal of support for images on network storage. In a posting to Microsoft’s community forums , a spokesperson explains that the software maker introduced the Facebook and Flickr integration originally in Windows 8 as very few apps would initially be available. “Now there are many apps in the store that offer ways to..
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Microsoft drops Facebook and Flickr photo integration from Windows 8.1, recommends official apps