Flayvr for Android releases version 2.0
Popular photo gallery app receives notable update, including private sharing and a new “Shared Timeline”
Flayvr has been around for a little while now, aiming to offer a more functional gallery app. Recently, it was featured on Google Play as one of the Best Apps of 2013, and for good reason. It has gone a pretty long time without any huge updates, so let’s take a look at the changes.
The newest version looks to create a better photo sharing experience, while still respecting your privacy. You can now share with whomever you’d like, through Flayvr. Previously, there was no central “home” in the app. Now, when you boot it up, there is now two options to choose – My Timeline, or Shared. The My Timeline column shows all of your photo albums, while the Shared column shows the photos and albums that you want other people to see.
Here are all of the 2.0 highlights:
- Share your albums privately with your close friends & family, and receive notifications about albums shared with you.
- Access all albums shared with you. All shared albums are accessible and synced across all your devices via the Shared Timeline.
- It is now an ideal screensaver by supporting Android’s Daydream feature.
If the official Photos or Gallery apps just aren’t doing enough for you, we’d recommend trying this one out.
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