Snapjoy acquires Dropbox to sync and organize online photo galleries
The world of online pictures has been moved lately, with the tripping of Instagram , the return of Flickr and Twitter filters . Now dropbox acquired Snapjoy , a service for sharing and organizing photos, taking them from cameras, files on your PC or Mac, smartphones and tablets, social networks and applications, so you can create galleries and classify different levels of privacy to share.
It also allows to download entire albums from the site (if the user who uploaded it gives permission) and allows full-screen presentations. The acquisition would complement the tools the Dropbox own thinking has developed images, as automatic synchronization and photo viewing.
Photographs taken and a greater role in this service, which traditionally has focused on comprehensive data storage.
Those who had an account at snapjoy problems may continue using, but not accepted by the time new users. The company said it will provide “more information in the coming weeks” on how to merge with Dropbox.
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