Sony releases ‘million moments’ photo album app

by XB on 9th June 2012

in Applications

Sony has released a new app called ‘million moments’ which allows users to “to create elegantly laid out albums of your cherished pictures with just a few taps”. When pictures are imported into the app they are automatically sorted by the date taken with one to five pics displayed per page. The layout changes randomly each time an album is opened, adding to the experience.

Other features include attaching labels to pictures that automatically creates its own folders and pictures can also be taken from inside the app allowing users to attach comments and labels as soon as the picture is taken. The app is available for free on the Google Play Store right now.

The app has been developed by Sony Digital Network Applications (SonyDNA), a Sony subsidiary whose mandate is to design, develop and commercialise software. SonyDNA have a number of other apps published on Android, although most of them are paid apps. They include frame grabber (take a still picture from a video), video trimmer (editing video) and photo movie creator (create a movie from your photos) amongst others. You can see the full range of SonyDNA Android apps here.


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