It’s going to be a lot easier for you to upload photos and share them to your friends and loved ones using Facebook’s Photo Sync feature. Photos are sync automatically on your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch that comes with a 2GB space solely for your private photo album. It allows you to choose which photos you want to share.
Awaken your creativity using Tiny Post photo sharing app loaded with new filters and fonts in its updated version. Upload your masterpieces and share them to friends and followers. Keep it short and simple. Maintain a tiny post using photos and caption.
Share your stories through photo collages with Fuzel Pro app and design them with a plethora of filters, effects and borders. Awaken your creativity and capture every moment as you tinker your camera roll with all the photos you can edit to share with friends.
Hieu Tran’s Fuzel Pro app, a product of Not A Basement Studio is impressive and noteworthy. I personally recommend this app for photo sharing. If you can’t live without taking pictures of yourself or brunch, lunch, shoes, clothes, dogs,etc. You can tell your own stories through photo collages.
Fuzel received praises from prominent tech brands like TheNextWeb, CultOfMac, AppAdvice and was featured by Apple as “New & Noteworthy.”
Basically, the app allows users to combine different photos from Camera roll, Facebook or Google. It’s very flexible, if you run out of photos, and you want to make a story out of a creative collage. It provides a search feature connected to Google images. Practical features for photo editions are integrated into the app, tailored for iOS devices so you can upload them with funky filters, decorative frames, round corners and basic crayon colors base.
Highlights of the app:
- Intuitive slide for photos
- 6 aspect ratio for images which includes Facebook cover
- User-friendly options
- Customize your own layout or choose from 30+ default presets
- Import from Facebook photos, Camera roll or searched results of Google image
- Share photos to Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Email, Instagram or Save to gallery
- Tag option of photos for Facebook
I enjoyed creating my own photos using Fuzel. Check out my photo collages. I’m overwhelmed with the images I can combine with the filters and frames. I’m a minimalist when it comes to photo collages. I tried the effects, borders, frames and base colors to see the “masterpiece.”
I also want to say thanks to Hieu Tran for this “work of art.” Overall, I give Fuzel Pro 5-star rating. Highly-recommended!
The Bump app is getting better and better. If you haven’t heard of Bump, it’s a popular app that lets user to share contact information and photos by simply bumping two phones together. The recent update of Bump added a new feature to transfer photos from iPhone to your computer with just a bump.
There are no shortage of apps for transferring photos from iPhone to computer over Wifi. WiFiPhoto and WiFi Photo Transfer are two of the examples. However, the Bump app makes the whole transfer process more intuitive and makes sharing with your friends a lot easier. You simply launch Bump’s web interface and then bump your iPhone on your computer’s spacebar to transfer the photos.
Sound interesting, right? Read on we’ll demonstrate how you can make use of Bump to transfer photo between iPhone and computer.
The App Store has hundreds of mobile photo apps, most of them launched by startups – each claiming to provide the best user experience and most value to users. Earlier this month, I reviewed Batch – an innovative iPhone app that claims to be the ‘simplest way to share an album, or batch of photos directly from your phone.’ A couple of days back, I reviewed Postale – an app which lets you create gorgeous postcards on your iPhone. And finally I found a single app – Photogram which does what Batch and Postale do together.
I love taking photographs and sharing them on Facebook using my iPhone 4. Till last year, it was a tedious process which meant copying pictures to my computer and then uploading them on Facebook. Now, there are several apps which let you publish apps instantaneously on Facebook. However, the unfortunate part – almost all of these apps let you share photos one at a time and they lack bulk upload capabilities. I recently read across Batch – a newly launched iPhone app that claims to be the ‘simplest way to share an album, or batch of photos directly from your phone.’
Photogram joins the growing number of Apps that lets you share photos in a postcard format. What makes Photogram stands out from their peers is the thoughtfulness in design and simplicity of their app.