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Anyone who has tried to move their Flickr (s YHOO) photograph trove over to Facebook finds it’s not easy. Automating that process to make it drop-dead simple is what Goyaka Labs, based in Bangalore, India, is trying to do with its fledgling UnifyPhotos service.

Goyaka Co-Founder Rajagopal Natarajan said the startup was motivated because he and his two co-founders wanted to move their own Flickr photos over to Facebook so they could be more easily shared and commented on.

To use the free service, you sign on to Flickr, sign on to Facebook and push a button. The service automatically moves your photos onto your Facebook page  — and your timeline — but the photos are initially marked private so you can check them out before sharing them with friends and family. That’s, after all, why most people want their photos on Facebook, said Natarajan.

Other services like Photosync don’t put…

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