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  • Twitter Adds People Tagging And Multiple Photo Sharing To Tweets

    Twitter Adds People Tagging And Multiple Photo Sharing To Tweets

    Twitter has announced a couple of additions to its image offerings today, including the ability to tag up to 10 people in a photo without using any precious characters up. You’ll also now be able to attach up to four photos to a tweet, and Twitter will automatically craft a collage for you. The people-tagging feature will undoubtedly offer Twitter a way to increase the density of its… Read More

  • Timehop Brings Its Mobile Time Machine To Android

    Timehop Brings Its Mobile Time Machine To Android

    Timehop, the mobile app offering a way to recall your past one day at a time by displaying your old photos and posts from Facebook, Instagram, Foursquare and Twitter, is now launching its service on Android. The app, for those unfamiliar, is a simple service that lets you look back on what happened on this day last year, and the year prior, and so on. It’s a “this day in… Read More

  • Google Launches Photowall iOS And Android Apps For Beaming Collaborative Galleries To Chromecast

    Google Launches Photowall iOS And Android Apps For Beaming Collaborative Galleries To Chromecast

    Google has launched a new iOS and Android app with Chromecast-specific features called Photowall. The app, as detailed by 9to5Mac, lets users send photos from their device to their Chromecast-connected TV, and works with either one iPhone user or a group on the same network. There are also photo editing features that let you doodle and make notes on images displayed on the big screen. Finally… Read More

  • LifePrint’s “App-Connected” Wireless Printer Makes Its Kickstarter Debut

    LifePrint’s “App-Connected” Wireless Printer Makes Its Kickstarter Debut

    LifePrint wants to bring back the fun associated with printing out photos – something users once marveled they could do at home with store-bought printers until social media reached critical mass, offering far easier ways to share. With LifePrint, described as an “app-enabled wireless photo printer,” the idea is that photo printing could become a part of our modern mobile… Read More

  • Sharalike Automatically Turns Photos & Videos Into Shareable Slideshows

    Sharalike Automatically Turns Photos & Videos Into Shareable Slideshows

    Sharalike, a new application that lets you create video slideshows similar to Facebook’s recently popular “Lookback” videos, is now launching into beta. The company’s technology takes your own photos and videos and automatically sorts them into animated, HTML slideshows in just a matter of seconds. Users only have to point the app to the media they want to include… Read More

  • Google Quietly Begins Pushing Its Photo Backup Software To Google+ Users

    Google Quietly Begins Pushing Its Photo Backup Software To Google+ Users

    Google has begun pushing its “Auto Backup” photo archival software to Mac and Windows users via the company’s social networking platform, Google+. The promotion is new, we’ve confirmed, though the software itself was first launched back in December. At that time, Google began offering the desktop utility as a part of its older Picasa photo-sharing platform, which… Read More

  • Tidy Organizes Your Smartphone Photos Into Albums With Just A Swipe

    Tidy Organizes Your Smartphone Photos Into Albums With Just A Swipe

    A new application called Tidy wants to help you better organize the photos you have stored on your smartphone, by grouping them into albums by time, distance, or even by “shapes,” meaning type of photo – panoramas, squares, screenshots, portrait or landscape, for example. The app doesn’t do the groupings automatically, but rather offers an interface that lets you drill… Read More

  • Four Handy Tools To Workaround – Or Ditch! – Apple’s iPhoto

    Four Handy Tools To Workaround – Or Ditch! – Apple’s iPhoto

    iPhoto and iCloud, despite being the default photo application and accompanying syncing service that much of the Apple universe uses regularly, are actually kind of awful. iPhoto is slow and bulky. iCloud is limited, and more expensive than many competitors’ cloud storage services when you need to upgrade. And yet, we’re stuck with them…or are we? Fortunately, there are… Read More

  • Flag, An App That Prints & Mails Your Photos For Free, Takes Off On Kickstarter

    Flag, An App That Prints & Mails Your Photos For Free, Takes Off On Kickstarter

    Thanks to smartphones, digital photography has essentially become free – after the cost of the initial phone purchase, that is. Now, you no longer have to buy bulbs or film or batteries to have access to an unlimited camera roll. You can snap photos at will, and store everything the cloud. But one thing that didn’t change with the times is the cost of printing out photos, which… Read More

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