Many of us spend time on Facebook just for the sake of exchanging photos with old friends.

Storing your personal photos and sharing them with your contacts is one of the most popular Facebook features.

People are uploading the pictures and making albums on daily basis.

But the problem is you just can’t right click on every picture and save it on your computer. It’s near to impossible if you want to save 500 pictures of your friend’s wedding.

Today’s post shares the tool to download your and your friends’ photo albums:

PhotoGrabber is an desktop application that makes it easy to download all Facebook photos of any of your friends. This could be a good app for social media monitoring of your child’s photos, for example.


Just have the app installed, give it access to your data on Facebook (through Facebook authentication) and choose your friend in the list. You can:

  • Download all photos where your friend is tagged in;
  • Download all albums that contains your friend’s photos;
  • Download all albums uploaded by your friend;
  • Download comments and tagging information of the photos:

When you select the destination folder, give it some time and all photos will soon be downloaded.

Note: If you are unable to download ALL photos where you are tagged in, it’s probably the default privacy settings to blame. A Facebook application with a user’s credentials has different permissions than the same user accessing Facebook from a browser. The people who have uploaded and tagged pictures of you are probably blocking applications from accessing their information.


Such a Simple tool with extremely great features. You should use this and take the backup of all of your and friends pictures uploaded on Facebook.



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