Photo Organization Apps
Organize your photos right on your iDevice
The iOS 5 update did bring some photo organization features, but for some people, these features are just not enough. The apps here can help you organize the photos in your camera roll by album, categories and tags. Many of the these apps have additional features such as photo transfer, privacy settings, photo sharing, between-app sharing, and more.
by Phyar Studio
This universal app stands out from the crowd by implementing an great interface similar to Windows Phone 7. It can organize photos by album as well as sync them to other iOS devices, Macs and PCs. Pics undoubtedly has the best and coolest interface here and it's compatible with the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. If you are looking to sort photos with all the bells and whistles, then just get this app.
Not a fan of the Windows 7 style? Check out this excellent, feature-rich app for organizing your photos. Password-protect your photos, organize them, display them slide-show style, transfer photos to and from your computer and other devices, and share photos via email, twitpic, or Facebook. This universal app even lets you share files with other apps on your iDevice. Not convinced? Then definitely try the free version, linked below.
by Romain HENRY
Photo-Sort is one of those apps that you will not want to leave the house without. After taking photos that store themselves in the camera roll, you often have organization issues that cannot be fixed using built -in iOS software. Photo-Sort allows you to put these pictures into folders that can later be exported in organized form, you can even upload them to Facebook using just the app. If you are looking for a simple photo organizer, then look at this app.
Photo Org is a complicated thing to describe because there are several apps carrying the name that are made by the same developer. The app linked here in my view is the most feature-rich one and will be the subject of this review. Photo Org allows you to sort photos from your camera roll into albums and share them with friends using a variety of social networks. However, I found the app to be a bit complicated to use and don’t recommend it to anyone just looking to sort their photos efficiently and with as little hassle as possible.
Visolu, a universal app, is unlike every other app here in the way it organizes photos. What is does is organize pictures by the way they look. What that means is that if you take two pictures of a sunset on different days, the app should put them next to each other. The downside of Visolu is that it doesn’t handle a large amount of pictures well and the sorting algorithm doesn’t always work correctly.
by Sort Shots Inc.
Sort Shots would be a good app if it was implemented better. The feature set is quite good with the ability to categorize photos by places and people. Unfortunately, limits like being able to move photos only one at a time set this app behind the rest and make it something that I cannot recommend.
Photo Tag is just a terrible app, the interface is terrible and it honestly doesn’t offer much at all aside from category organization. Overall, stay away from this app if you want a good experience when organizing photos.
For free, this universal app is an unbeatable bargain. Many of the desired features are included in the free app; in-app purchases unlock even more.
PicSecretPlus - password protected organizer for your privacy photosby iKnowledgeSolutions
Released: over 2 years ago
PhotoAlbum - A Smart Photo Organizer, Editor and Slideshows Viewerby Victor Jeyaseelan
Released: about 2 years ago
blackBook - Photo Collectionsby kenleewrites.com
Released: about 3 years ago