September 11, 2013 in Photo and Video (E)
[prMac.com] Odessa, Ukraine - UniFrame offers a whole new photo browsing experience with excellently designed, user-friendly, smooth controls that allow viewing of picture albums in different frames on the device and other online resources simultaneously.
Viewing photos online undergoes a complete transformation with UniFrame, a simple yet sophisticatedly designed photo frame app that gathers images from online sources like Flickr, Instagram, Facebook, 500px, Google image search, and loads them neatly into separate frames on the user's iPad or iPhone. The USP of this exciting new app is that users can view photos pulled from various online resources simultaneously.
"UniFrame allows you to browse photo streams from a number of online sites," says the app developer while highlighting the key features of this popular photo app. "We offer a wide range of photo frames with features that allow you to change frame designs, color, and thickness effortlessly even as you browse through your favorite pics."
The highly acclaimed app offers a unique, convenient-to-use combination of photo-sharing and photo frame services that allow users to see photos from various online resources with a great degree of dexterity. The app helps create a simple, customizable slideshow that displays photos from scattered sites on the web onto an iPad or iPhone in one smooth movement.
Unlike most other apps that just drag users in with no helpful hints on how to use them, UniFrame has very thoughtfully included a detailed tutorial on how to use and control the various tools and features for optimum convenience. According to the developers, users can apply the custom search feature to group images on a particular topic from various sites in one place on any device.
Users find it easy to use the app because of the effortless gesture controls by which they can open menu by swiping down anywhere on the screen. Photos can be opened and closed by just tapping on them. A slight hold gesture allows them to take a screenshot. UniFrame is not a space guzzling app as the cache gets cleared automatically every time the user exits the app.
* Allows display and browsing of pics from various online resources in a single place with simple, user-friendly tools
* On-the-fly change options that require no initial set up
* Ultra smooth effects and animations add to the value of the unique photo app
* Compatible with iPod touch, iPhone, iPad mini, and the new iPad
* Requires iOS 5.0 or later
* Optimized for iPhone 5
* Size: 3.8 MB
* Supported languages: English and Russian
Price and Availability:
UniFrame is priced at $1.99 (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available across the globe through the iTunes App Store in the Photo and Video category. Extended frames are available as in-app purchases for $0.99.
A free version of the app, which comes with in-app purchase items, is also available.
UniFrame is an app developed by Andrew Grabovsky, an independent developer and entrepreneur from Odessa, Ukraine with 4 years of experience in iOS and more than 10 years of experience in web development. Copyright (C) Andrew Grabovsky, 2013.