Socialcam Controversy Leads To A "Fix"

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Socialcam is one of the most popular video apps on the iPhone, and it's become entangled in a bit of controversy. There's a social feature that's on by default, and shares the videos you watch to your Facebook feed, but apparently, even if you turn it off, the feature comes back when you restart it.

Well, at least it was doing this, until it "pushed a fix".

Circa co-founder Matt Galligan blogged about the issue and posted a video about it. He calls it "Socialcam's shady secret":

In an update to his blog post, Galligan shared a statement from Socialcam, saying, "Matt - please recheck this - we have pushed a fix to correct this problem. If you turn off Social Mode in the app it should remain off the next time you open the app.

Galligan says he won't bother to install it again to find out if that's the case.

As reported last month, the app had a reported 4 million new users over the course of a weekend.

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