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Cooliris’ updated app improves photo discovery experience

Nurdianah Md Nur | April 5, 2013
The updated iOS app enables users to view their friends’ and followers’ photos at a single place and integrates with Dropbox.

Be it Facebook, Instagram or Google+, social networks are usually flooded with photos but it can be quite a hassle to browse through them for updates by checking each social platform manually.

Cooliris, the leader in immersive media experiences and creator of the Android Gallery application, simplifies this process with its iOS app that aggregates photos from various sources for seamless browsing and sharing.

With over three million installs in 75 countries, Cooliris has recently updated its iOS app to allow users to view their friends’ and followers’ photos at a single place to get a comprehensive picture of what people are sharing for a meaningful social discovery.

The updated Cooliris app also enables users to easily organise and save their photos from their mobile devices to Dropbox and Google Drive with folder navigation.

Users can easily “bulk save” photos from any source, be it the mobile camera roll or social library, to a specific folder in Dropbox or Google Drive.

Aside from Facebook, Instagram and Google, the Cooliris app is also integrated with Flickr, Twitter, SmugMug, Google Images, Yandex.Fotki in Russia and Renrenin China.

The Cooliris app can be downloaded for free from the iTunes App Store.

 

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