How to Download Facebook Photo Albums

How can you download Facebook albums? Everyone’s on Facebook these days and many of our interactions with our friends are around sharing and commenting on photos. Uploading photos to Facebook is easy, but do you know how to download Facebook photo albums?

We researched around this topic and put together this list of free tools that allow you to download either yours or your friends’ pics from Facebook and save them on your computer for backup or offline sharing. Enjoy!

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1. Facebook Album Downloader

What if you don’t use Firefox? Album Downloader is a Facebook application for downloading complete photo albums of you or your friends. Get this application on Facebook itself.

2. Fotobounce

If you are more of a desktop application type, you should try Fotobounce. It is a photo organizer for Windows and Mac OS X that helps you view and download photo albums from Facebook. They also support face recognition (which is pretty cool as it saves you time to tag your pics) and integration with both Facebook and Flickr. Download Fotobounce here.

3. Album Copier

Album copier is another tool that lets you download photo albums from sites like Facebook. You can pause or resume the download and start from anywhere in the album. Get Album Copier here.

4. FacePad:

It is an intuitive add-on for Firefox that allows you to download complete Facebook albums from your right click menu. From our tests, we saw it runs relatively fast also. You can download FacePad-on here.

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As you saw, these are several ways that allow you to download complete photo albums from Facebook. Which one’s your favorite? Is there another pic downloader you would like to recommend to fellow readers?

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