May 20, 2015 in Photo and Video (E)
[prMac.com] Camberley, United Kingdom - Myrtle Corporation Ltd. today is thrilled to announce the release of Myrtle 1.2.0, its Free new collaborative photo sharing app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. Myrtle offers a simple, effective way of sharing photos with a group of friends, without having to make them public. With tools for collecting and storing photographs with friends, family, Myrtle features a unique event system which allows users to group edit and share photos in one place, making it perfect for parties, weddings or any other type of gathering imaginable.
The company name Myrtle stands for "my real time life experiences." Users can take advantage of the clean and intuitive design to upload photos in a single event album at the same time for collaboration. For example, a couple hosting an anniversary party could invite their attendees to join the event on the Myrtle app allowing everyone to add, edit and view photos. For those concerned about the privacy of their photos, they can find peace in the knowledge that the virtual photo sharing events will be private and only people in the group can see and edit photos.
* Gorgeous, streamlined display allowing fast access and use
* Totally free full photograph editing system, allowing you to add hilarious stickers to photos, or add an effect to a photo
* Connect with the rest of social media by linking your Myrtle account to Twitter and Facebook
* Unlimited uploads; allowing you to fully capture and share every moment of a precious experience, such as a wedding or anniversary
* Interact with your family, friends and followers by liking and commenting on their events and photos
* Create an open event with your friends, such as a concert, and collect and share your photographs together, creating a more 'together', communal experience
* Working as a digital photo album for majors events such as christenings, wedding days and music festivals, your photographs are kept safe in a private or public folder
"Before Myrtle there was no private way for guests to view, share and edit photos, which is a big missed opportunity to connect and capitalize on shared experiences," said Rameet Khaira, Company Director of Myrtle Corporation. "There are people who do not want to use social media networks and we made it our goal to deliver a quality, connected digital experience that everyone in an invited group could use, without having to make the photos public on a social media outlet."
Myrtle was founded by a 17-year-old entrepreneur to make the photo sharing experience during and after events more personal and enjoyable. For those who want to include social media, but want to use Myrtle for its robust collaborative services, they can link their account to the rest of social media. The company is currently looking for investors to expand Myrtle and help the app develop to its full potential.
* iPhone, iPad and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 8.0 or later
* Optimized for iPhone 5, iPhone 6/6 Plus
* 18.2 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Myrtle – Free collaborative photo sharing app 1.2.0 is free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Photo & Video category.
Found in 2014, Myrtle Corporation is a brain child of an young business entrepreneur, Rameet Khaira who saw a common problem amongst his family and friends to share photos after they have attended an event. Everyone was asking for each others photos on whatsapp etc., and they did not wanted to use public social media platforms. Rameet saw this problem as an opportunity and set his entrepreneurial brain into motion, and Myrtle app was born. Myrtle stands for 'My Real Time Life Experiences.' Rameet himself is in full time education but as aspiring vision to expand his business in the coming months and years. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2015 Myrtle Corporation Ltd. 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. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.