Category Archives: photo organizing

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10 questions to a founder : Yarn

With an estimated 1.2 trillion photos taken in 2015, it is no wonder that most vanish in the deep grooves of some remote hard drive. And while it takes on a few fractions of a second to capture a photo, it seems to  take an eternity ( along with herculean efforts) to retrieve then. The irony of it all is that, for an instrument that should enhance our memorial faculties, it gives  us a harder time trying to recall if and where we stored that…

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Study shows top-ranking photo apps win with new use cases

With the number of photo and video apps on the market still rapidly growing (currently at 78,000, more than twice as many as two years ago), the question is: what competitive advantages characterize the current breed of top-ranking photo and video apps? Who are they, what is their main use case, their user rating, how long have they been on the market, and what media types do they support? To answer these and other questions the new Suite 48 Analytics Photo/Video App Market Study analyzed the top…

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First Adobe Revel, now Dropbox Carousel – a requiem for photo syncing?

Dropbox announced today that it will shut down its Carousel photo syncing app as of March 31, promising that key features of Carousel will make their way into the main Dropbox app. This follows in the footsteps of Adobe Revel’s demise announced just three weeks ago. The bottom line: like Revel, Carousel didn’t get much traction. In the past 90 days, it didn’t even make it in the top 200 free photo apps in the US iOS and Google Play app stores. Dropbox’ expectations were certainly…

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