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Facebook Moments can now make videos from your gathered photos

Two months ago, Facebook launched Moments, a stand-alone app that allows you to gather the photos posted on the social networks that you didn’t take but you’re in it. Unfortunately, it was only for US users and of course for a first release, there were some things that needed to be improved. Their newest update now brings it to more countries and also lets you make videos from the photos in your moment.

Trick your nosy friends browsing through your phone with Ninja Snap

Some apps are meant for learning something new. Some are meant to while away the time. Some are for trying to organize your life. Some are for deepening your life. While there are those that are simply meant for fun and to trick or prank your friends. Ninja Snap is one of those, and it is meant for those friends who love to nosily browse through your photos, even without asking for your permission. It’s time to get them back!

Tag, password protect your photos with Focus gallery app

While Google Photos was adjudged to be one of the, if not the best cloud photo organizers available in the market, that won’t stop developers from coming up with apps that will challenge that position. And yes, they probably can’t beat a giant like Google, but they can provide an alternative to those who don’t want to store their photos with them. Focus is one of those apps attempting to do so, and they will try to win you over with tags, passwords, and all the details you’d like to know about your photo.

Users say Google capping “unlimited” uploads in Photos storage [UPDATE]

The use of the term "unlimited" has always been a contentious one between users and services who bandy about the term, even though they know that technically they're still offering a finite amount of bandwidth or space or whatever it is they're offering. When Google Photos first came out, people were pretty excited with the unlimited storage that they were harping on. But now some users are reporting that they are now being capped when uploading a large number of photos to their Google cloud.

Facebook launches stand-alone photos app called Moments

If you and your friends take a lot of pictures together, go to a lot of events, or go on a lot of vacations together and all of you are on Facebook, then chances are, it's a headache to keep track of all the photos that you took and all the photos you are in which they took. Part of Facebook's Creative Labs is to come up with solutions to these problems, and now their latest baby is something called Moments which will help solve that issue.

Imgur for Android updated with redesigned card-based gallery

Imgur, the popular photo hosting and social site, has been entertaining millions of people exploring images of cats, motivational posts, hilarious memes, or just about anything that is going viral right now. The app's Android version was recently updated with a new and better upload plus a revamped card-based gallery for mobile.

RealPlayer makers launch new photo cloud back-up app called RealTime

Their video player may not have been the most popular or the most well-reviewed, but RealNetworks has been around far longer than some tech start-ups, and that's saying something in this industry. They have been creating and trying out products in the market, some to a bit of success, and some otherwise. Their latest venture, called RealTime is into the photo backup market and combines it with the automatic video generator that is popular among the photo and video collecting crowd.

Layout from Instagram finally arrives for Android devices

A couple of months after they released it on that other platform, Instagram has finally released their companion app called Layout from Instagram, this time for Android devices. It is a collage-making app that comes from the fact that a lot of people don't just want to post a single photo but rather a series of pictures on their Instagram accounts. The collage-making app is perfect for those who don't want to use third-party apps but instead a fully authorized one in making their scrapbook-style photo posts.

SlidePick lets you organize your photos in one place

While mobile devices (especially ones with great photo-taking features) have made it easier for us to document our lives and take pictures whenever we want, it has also presented us with a big problem. It is difficult to organize and arrange our photos, especially if they're scattered in different cloud services, various devices, etc. A new Android app wants to help you solve this problem, and give you an easier time and way to delete unnecessary ones, organize the ones left in albums, and share them online if you wish to.
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