If you own an Android device then you might not know it but the Gallery app used as the default photo browser in your device is made by Cooliris. Today, the company has introduced a new alternative gallery app for Android devices which comes which comes with several enhancements. This new app can now aggregate all photos of a user across several social media platforms and cloud services into one central location. This makes it easy to search for specific photos.
The new app can connect to 15 different photo sources which include Facebook, Twitter, and even Instagram. The photos are presented in a nice looking interface with the help of the award winning Cooliris 3D wall. This allows for an easy browsing and sharing of photos.
According to Soujanya Bhumkar, Cooliris CEO and co-founder, “With an Android app being our number one user request, today we are excited to bring the next generation of seamless aggregation and selective sharing of media to Android users. Android users can now enjoy a rich contextual experience on their mobile devices, bringing all their siloed photos into one beautiful app. The Cooliris media app in conjunction with another upcoming brand new app for next-gen messaging will provide a complementary media plus messaging experience.”
Some of the key features of this new app include
- All your favorite photo sources in one app (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Flickr, Picasa, SmugMug, OneDrive, Evernote, Sina Weibo, Tencent Weibo, Renren, Yandex.Fotki, Yandex.Disk)
- Get photos from all your favorite photo sources in one place
- Share photos via email, text message or your favorite social network.
- Save any photo to your device or Google Drive
- See photos from Facebook friends, Instagram followers, and Flickr contacts
- Fast, fluid, and stunning 3D Wall photo experience
- Ridiculously simple yet powerful user interface
Cooliris can be used as a browser for photos or as an app to share photos. It is currently available free to download over at the Google Play Store and requires a device running on at least Android 4.1.