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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 48.0

The latest version contains bug fixes and performance improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

3.7 out of 5
80 Ratings

80 Ratings

MatthiasIam ,


Pretty cool, wish you could switch devices for the Bluetooth speaker function. Seems unnecessarily complicated to move from an iPhone to an iPad when listening, nearly have to factory reset.

JDM™ ,

Stories are buggy to say the least

Connection is extremely unreliable. I am wondering if this is an iOS15 (new release) problem and will be addressed by Facebook. I hope so. Taking videos and pictures actually work really well and I can upload them into the app without issue. Where is fails miserably is Bluetooth music listening. Listening to any music (library or streaming) cuts in and out. And that’s having my phone in my hand and looking right at it. Further, the Stories just flat out disconnect for no reason at all. So not only do you get music cutting in and out, you get a few minutes of it before the connection is lost. Oddly enough, go into settings (iOS) and the Stories show connected.

I can’t compare these to iOS 14 so I will hold onto them thinking maybe this is due to the new software but if not, these are going back. I like the concept but it’s way too buggy.

Kafloom ,

Love Ray Ban but, these. Meh.

I was excited thinking these would have the similar capabilities as Snap/insta360 with huge fashion potential. Product management took 25% Snap, 25% Bose, 25% Ray-Ban, and 25% 1990s gadgetry.

1. Glasses aren’t horribly bulky and 99.9% of the people you talk to while wearing won’t know they are camera glasses.
2. The audio is just okay. Listening.
3. The mic, well. Go to five below and get yourself the same quality mic.
4. Video clarity isn’t horrible. Not go pro or dji quality.

The app is straight garbage. Product managers rushed this to market. Hopefully they iterate on it…. I’m sure they are working on a better product that will replace this.

6. The app is super basic. Video playback is horrible.
7. Down load is slow. I assume they are restricted by the hardware as it connects via wifi.
8. The editing tools are really limited.
9. The collage tool misses anything of value.
10. Limited size 4:3 and portrait view are your options. 16:9 wasn’t.

In the end, this product is worth $150-$200 (that’s a stretch). It’s made in China. Feels like it. Lexotica and Facebook. It’s purely a novelty for people with disposable income. Insta360 go is probably a better and more functional option. Plus, going to the bathroom becomes super creepy for men if someone does know these are camera glasses.

This is an honest review by a guy who paid full price.

App Privacy

The developer, Facebook, 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


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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