Dayframe is an app that we have been looking at recently. Details of the app emerged earlier in the month and thanks to an available beta, we were able to take an early look at the app. Basically, Dayframe will turn your Android tablet or smartphone into a digital photo frame.
The app brings support for a wide variety of online services. Not to mention, the ability to pull images that are stored locally. The supported services include Facebook, Instagram, Flickr, Tumblr, Dropbox, 500px, Google+ and Twitter. Launching the app for the first time will allow you to set the sources, however these can always be adjusted later on.
And nicely, once a service has been set, there are options to further customize. Take Tumblr for example, you can choose to have it display your dashboard or liked photos as well as images from those you follow. The app also has options for those looking to do a bit of image exploration. Or in other words, you can use Dayframe without using your personal images.
Dayframe has a Discover option that allows you to pick from a list of interests, which are then used to narrow down topics and people to follow. Other options within the app include timers, slideshows and ways to make sure you turn Dayframe off before running your device completely dry of battery life. Another use case example is to show live party pics using Dayframe and Instagram.
All that having been said, the important part here is that Dayframe has exited beta and is now available for all. And along with the public non-beta release, the app has also been given proper support for Android 4.4 Kit Kat, which was an issue for us when we took that early look last week. Anyway, Dayframe is free to download and free to use and can be found using the source link sitting below.
SOURCE: Google Play Store