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Dayframe: Android photo frame hands-on

Dayframe is an app that will turn your Android handset into a photo frame. This one comes by way of Cloud.tv, the same team responsible for HD Widgets and should not be confused with Daydream, the Jelly Bean feature. The Dayframe app is set to arrive in the Play Store on November 12th, however we took advantage of the beta program to get an early look.

Dayframe transforms your Android device into a digital photo frame

With the rate that new mobile devices are churned out and bought these days, there is bound to be one or two old, unused tablet or smartphone lying around in people's homes, gathering dust. While more advanced or adventurous owners might have some esoteric idea for those gadgets, regular users might just opt to dedicate the hardware for something less grandiose, such as a digital photo frame to showcase your family photos in the living room.

Google+ active users climb to 540 million

While Google added some new features across Hangouts and for Photos, they began the event with some numbers. Specifically, Vic Gundotra began the "Morning with Google+" event with a section called Momentum. Basically, this was an update on Google+ itself, which offered the reminder about how Google+ opened to the public in September 2011 and how Google ships a new version "almost" every day.

Google launches “Views” as photo sphere community

Google has recently launched a new community based site. This latest is called Views and it deals with photo sphere images. More specifically, being able to easily share those photo sphere images with others. The Views community connects with Google Maps and of course, the photo sphere images can be captured by those with a device running Android 4.2 or later.

Imgur photo-hosting app for Android hits the Play Store

Get ready to easily and quickly upload all those kitty photos and funny GIF (not jif) images to the popular photo-hosting site Imgur with ease. While there's been no shortage of similar apps in the Play Store, this is the official Imgur app for Android. It was released back in April for Australia only, but now everyone can get in on the action and easy uploads.

Android version of Rando photo exchange platform launches

A development company from the UK called Ustwo has announced the launch of an Android version of its app called Rando. The app hit the iPhone about a month ago. Rando is called an "experimental photo exchange platform." This isn't like Instagram, it's photo sharing but completely anonymous.

Imgur photo hosting app arrives for Android

The most popular photo hosting site that is probably everyone's favorite has finally arrived for Android. While there's no shortage of Imgur apps in the Google Play Store, today they've released their very own official app for Android. It's a limited beta for now, and appears to only work in Australia, but we can expect it to be available for all soon.

Photosphere Live Wallpaper app released by Kittehface Software

If you are using a device that is capable of capturing Photosphere images, you may want to check out this recently released live wallpaper app. The app is called Photosphere Live Wallpaper and it comes by way of Kittehface Software. Those who pay attention to live wallpaper apps probably recognize the name. This particular live wallpaper app is available by way of the Google Play Store and is free to download and free to use.
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