You may already have a method for storing your images whether it's in the cloud, on a computer or saved to a flashdrive or desktop computer. But how about organizing your images on your iOS device? There's the built-in system that is provided in your Photos app, but what if there was a way to tag, sort and even name each individual photo?
QuickPics does just that! This is not an app for storing, but rather for organizing the images on your device...and right now it's temporarily FREE! I'm not sure how long this offer will last, so be sure to download QuickPics as soon as possible. You've got nothing to lose.
Once you install QuickPics on your device, open the app and it will search for images. Then it will automatically sort them by date. You can add tags and even individual names to files. If you store a lot of images on your iPhone or iPad this will come in handy. For example, you could tag your texture images and then easily find them when you need them. If you save a lot of personal photos you could tag them by person or event.
Although QuickPics doesn't store the images in the cloud, it can be synched to iCloud, Google or Dropbox.
QuickPics includes editing tools by Aviary, so if you just want to bump up the contrast or crop, you can do that right from the app. You can also share to Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and email or text an image directly from the app.
If you still like having a physical photo as a reminder of a special person or event, you will soon have the ability to order prints from the app and pick them up at a major retailer or have them mailed to you. Below you'll find a quick tutorial.
Attention Android Users: Go to the QuickPics website to sign-up for notification about the QuickPics Android launch!
iOS Users - Get QuickPics on the App Store today