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Set up your Ray-Ban Stories

Meta Platforms, Inc.

    • 2.9 • 274 Ratings
    • Free

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Description

Pair with your Ray-Ban Stories to import, edit and share your photos and videos.

View makes it easy to import and edit photos and videos from your Ray-Ban Stories, create unique content using creative formats, and share your moments to friends and family across Facebook, Instagram, Messenger, WhatsApp and more.

Simply download the View app, log in using your Facebook account, and pair with your device to start getting the best out of your Ray-Ban Stories.

The freedom of hands-free
Set up your voice-activated assistant for truly effortless captures. That means more time looking up at the world and less time looking down at your phone.

Save the moment
Import your captures from your Ray-Ban Stories into the app with a simple tap, and get notified when you have new ones ready to add to your gallery.

Pick your favorites
Select and store your best moments in a separate gallery - ready to view, edit and share later on.

Editing is easy
Use intuitive tools to edit your captures. It’s simple to crop, trim, straighten, adjust lighting and add enhancements.

Create your unique view
Turn your photos and videos into shareable content with View’s two unique formats:

Montage - Turn multiple videos into one shareable movie with customizable templates, effects, titles and original music.

Flashback - Bring your photos to life by instantly turning them into unique 3D videos. As well as focus effects, camera motion and text.

Sharing made simple
Easily share your captures, creations and moments directly to Facebook, Instagram, Messenger, Whatsapp, your phone’s library, and more.

Control your privacy settings
Choose how your data is shared with Facebook.

Stay up to date
Never miss the latest updates and features for your Ray-Ban Stories.

What’s New

Version 98.0

• Fixed Accessibility Issue related to large font sizes
• Additional Bug Fixes and Enhancements

Ratings and Reviews

2.9 out of 5
274 Ratings

274 Ratings

powdertransport ,

Need more insight into storage

One thing that is frustrating is seeing within the phone’s storage setting that the app is using a lot of data. I went into the app and deleted all of my media yet my phone was still showing the app having 18 GB of documents and data. The app needs to better document how much data it is using and explain why deleting media does not change the data shown being used by the phone’s storage setting.

I don’t actually believe the app was using that much data, but since there was no real way to verify anything I just logged out, deleted the app, and reinstalled. They should make it easier than this, but one setting I’ve changed is the auto save feature. You’re better off auto saving to your camera roll, allowing iCloud to upload your media, and deleting the media from View to avoid having a storage issue. Not sure how this will work out so we’ll see. Again, FB should make the app more transparent when it comes to how much space your media is using within the app.

dafuser ,

Unable to export photos from View app to iPhone

I have had my Ray Ban Stories and Facebook View app for a few weeks now. I have always had trouble exporting any pictures or videos from the Facebook View app. When I try to export a video or photo from the View app to my phone I get an error saying “ export has failed. Try again? No matter how many times I try to export anything, it fails with the same error. Any pictures from the Ray Ban Stories show up in the app with a explanation mark ! in the upper left corner of the photos or video’s. There is no way to get photos from the glasses or video’s into my phone without using the view app. The glasses and my iPhone 13 Pro connect via the Ray Ban Stories wifi, but exports still fail repeatedly.

Any help would be appreciated.

Dr Rob the Throb ,

Ok so far!

Lots of bad reviews made me worried to even give it a try. It was an easy and painless pairing and setup, and my first photos and videos worked with no problem. Sound quality for music surprising good. I checked memory usage and thus far hasn’t been a memory hog (albeit limited use). Ray Ban optical quality is great. I’ll hold off on a five star rating until it has passed the test of time. My wife liked mine so much she got her own pair with a style that she liked better.

I can’t comment on battery life yet. Per the app and my Facebook settings, privacy shouldn’t be an issue although I don’t trust Meta. I’ll be watching to see if people find additional stealth tracking (yeah, I know my phone does it regardless now). Too bad individual liberty is no longer valued. But I digress—app functions well so far!

App Privacy

The developer, Meta Platforms, Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Health & Fitness
  • Purchases
  • Financial Info
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • Contacts
  • User Content
  • Search History
  • Browsing History
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Sensitive Info
  • Diagnostics
  • Other Data

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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