Photo aggregation now available for iPhone

The new version of Photopod, the first iPhone app which aggregates all photos shared on six most popular photo sharing services, has been released today on Apple App Store, bringing speed improvements, Tumblr support and bug fixes.
March 18, 2011 - PRLog -- Photopod, produced by Dear Future Astronaut AB, enables users to aggregate all their photos from Facebook, Flickr, Twitter, Picasa, Tumblr, Dropbox and the iPhone’s Device photos into a unique double-accordion interface. Users can download and share multiple photos to multiple photo-sharing services, which enables easy transfers from one service to another and backup of all photos. Unlike other services which offer photo aggregation, there is no need for the user to open any new accounts.
Furthermore, apart from being able to browse and view aggregated photos, the app’s search function enables users to quickly find the photo they are looking for, no matter where it is shared as well as to edit its basic properties such as title and description. Cropping and rotating photos is done in resolution adapted to iPhone screen and all transformations are later applied on full resolution photos before uploading them to the target service.
The app is available on Apple App Store in category Photography at the price of $1.99.
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Dear Future Astronaut AB ( is a Sweden-based mobile development company which consists of a team of experienced system developers, designers and user experts. DFA's main aim is to be a factor in the process of change by adding value to products and simplifying for businesses and organizations to reach out to their customers and users of smartphone software and services.
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