Updated PicStory App for iPad Makes Photo Management More Efficient
December 4, 2012 in Photo and Video
[prMac.com] Seoul, South Korea - PicStory, a powerful mobile application from the Korean developers Amoo that delivers a complete set of functionalities toward the management and organization of user photos, has announced that the app has been updated with amazing new features. Now supporting iPad, a universal version supporting all iOS devices will be available in Jan 2013. PicStory - available for $4.99 USD at the App Store (Photo & Video category) - is slated to provide even more users with the capacity to more easily and efficiently organize photos into more memorable and interactive timelines and presentations.
PicStory - made available by the renowned mobile app gateway to (and from) Korea, Ubinuri Inc. - provides users with a new, and better, way to organize all those beautiful moments and memories that have been captured in pictures. PicStory integrates with Picasa, Dropbox, and iTunes to offer a new level of customization in photo management - giving users the ability to retrieve any photo from any library and edit. PicStory also allows for cleaner picture-to-picture transitions in the photo gallery, and the system gives users the freedom to mark pictures intuitively in every album, with text tags or image tags (up to five for each album).
PicStory is a different type of photo management application in that it gives users the chance to deliver really impressive content - Users of PicStory can easily customize a method of organization and can view photos all at once using one flowing timeline, the easy UI or albums. Images can be viewed on five different Retina Display backgrounds with PicStory.
PicStory offers the peace-of-mind of knowing that all content is secure - with updated security options and a feature for locking certain albums with a password for privacy. Also included are tools for maintaining high security by changing passwords easily, or even hiding certain albums completely. Complete albums can also be backed up to iPad, desktop PC, Picasa, or Dropbox.
"PicStory has been enhanced with recorded voice messages, personal touches, and notes - that can be shared with friends and communities," said Ubinuri product manager, Lena Kwon. "The ability to share pictures via Facebook, Twitter, Dropbox, iTunes, and Picasa makes it much more than just a personal, interactive photo diary. PicStory is really about sharing stories by delivering a better, easier, and safer method for uploading, enhancing, managing, and sharing photos."
* Organizing albums and managing photos by titles and timeline
* Sleek design, intuitive and differentiated UI
* Picasa and Dropbox integration
* Backup and save your albums to Picasa or Dropbox
* Gallery with various convenient functions
* Organize pictures in individualized albums
* Include notes, recorded messages
* Greater customization
English, Chinese, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish
* Requires iPad with iOS 4.2 or later
* 14.1 MB
Pricing and Availability:
PicStory 1.7.2 is $4.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Photo & Video category.
Ubinuri is a trailblazer in delivering the best apps on the market to eager markets all over the world. Engaging, dynamic, helpful, and easy to use - Ubinuri distributes the kinds of apps that everyone needs to have. Based in Seoul, South Korea, Ubinuri works with a devoted team of app developers to bring you a steady supply of the apps you love. Copyright (C) 2012 Ubinuri. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.
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