Bloom is a desktop app that lets you upload your groups photos easily and efficiently to Facebook, download your albums and view your photos

You can upload photos to a new or an existing album, and view your photos. It only supports Facebook groups only in the PRO version (Facebook removed the ability to upload to pages on 2020-09)

Bloom comes in 2 versions, Bloom (free) and Bloom PRO ($24.99 CAD ~ $18.99 USD). The 2 versions consist of the same file, to get the PRO version you need to buy a license

Bloom 3.5.4 improves the user experience and resolves issues

Bloom 3.5.3 resolves login issues due to new Facebook API change

Bloom 3.5.2 resolves issues after Facebook permissions changes, now Facebook disallows uploading to personal accounts. Windows 64 and Mac are only supported now

Here are the main differences between the 2 versions:

Feature Bloom Bloom PRO
Price Free $24.99 CAD ~ $18.99 USD
Upload image quality Upload only works for Facebook groups as Facebook stopped allowing uploads to personal and pages accounts Customizable up to 2048px
Import Exif Data Yes Yes
Supports Facebook groups No Yes
Convert image formats No Yes
Video uploads support Yes Yes
Download albums No Yes
Proxy server support Yes Yes
Technical support No Yes

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Platform Installer Release date Size Requirements
Windows 64 bits
Windows 7, 8.0, 8.1, 10
Bloom 3.5.4 Win 64 June 4, 2020 76 MB
Mac OS X
Mac OS X
(10.10, 10.11, 10.12, 10.13, 10.14, 10.15)
Bloom 3.5.4 dmg June 4, 2020 82 MB

For a step by step tutorial click here:

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Upgrade to Bloom PRO:

  1. Click on the Buy Link on the top of the page
  2. The link will take you to Paypal
  3. Buy the product
  4. You will receive an Email with the serial number to use
  5. Go to Help menu -> Registration... and enter your Email and the Serial number sent and click Activate
  6. Your bloom version is now activated. You can verify that in the About menu.

*Mac Installation: Go to System Preferences -> Security -> Allow applications downloaded from Anywhere. See Apple article for more information