PhotoSocial Launches for iPhone
Feb 01, 2013 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
1UP Industries founder Jeff Bargmann has launched PhotoSocial, a new iPhone application that organizes a user's photo collection and provides a private social experience for exchanging photos with friends.
According to a release, PhotoSocial: Photo Gallery Upgrade for the iPhone reinvents the concept of the photo gallery. Designed to feel built-in to the phone, PhotoSocial organizes a collection instantly and provides simple, natural gestures for helping finish the job.
"The photo gallery on the iPhone hasn't been improved since the iPhone 1," said Jeff Bargmann, founder and chief developer of PhotoSocial. "This isn't an app, it's a core piece of your iPhone made better. On top of that, it builds in a private social experience so that you can exchange photos with friends, then like and comment on your photos in private. Photos you receive save right into your gallery for you to keep, and are interactive just between friends who were there. This, is what a modern photo gallery is supposed to be."
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