Facebook is now currently testing a new feature on Android called “Photo Sync“. It works by uploading photos that you take with your phone straight to your Facebook account. It’s been rolling out to only a
Ever snapped a photo with your smartphone and it wasn’t quite good enough? While our cameras have been improving the overall image quality sometimes still isn’t up to par. Today we have a brand new app called
Since Instagram took forever to arrive on Android many were using alternatives to do similar tasks to their “art” or photography. One of those rivals was Lightbox which was originally featured at Google I/O last year.
Ever since its announcement we’ve been waiting for some concrete news of which US carriers would be getting the shiny new Galaxy S III. And while the evidence is far from conclusive, PocketNow has some promising information
Ever wonder if the photos you snapped with your Android device were safe from others to see? Well, I’m sure you hadn’t considered it, but it turns out they’re not. Developers have the capability to see users
Much like Google+, Dropbox now has the ability to automatically sync your Android photos to your Dropbox storage account. However, instead of resizing your images like Google+ does, Dropbox will upload an image of any size.
Flickr is no doubt one of the best photography options available on the web. For a long time now Android users have been waiting for something official instead of relying on third party applications. It appears that Flickr has
Say hello to the first official press shots of the LG Optimus Sol (aka LG Victor E730). The Optimus Sol was first spotted in this leaked roadmap including an LG Prada remake running Android. While we are still searching for more
First thing yesterday we saw a render of what appeared to be an unknown Samsung Slider headed to AT&T. We were speculating here in the office if it would be a Galaxy S II variant or not but it appears that has now been
Path for Android has entered beta, allowing Google phone users to access the photo-based social network service. Released on iOS some months ago, Path positions its app as a way to share photos you’ve taken with a small