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| December 30, 2012
Beamr Me Up, Scotty! Photo Magazine Creation App Gains Improved Sharing Options
This holiday season, you've probably amassed a huge number of photos taken during your many festive celebrations. Now, if you're looking for a simple and beautiful way to share those photos, take a look at Beamr. Designed for iPhone and iPod touch, Beamr lets you share photos by collecting them into stunning glossy-style magazines. Beamr shares the photos in your camera roll at full resolution, i.e., 8 MP on iPhone 4S and iPhone 5. But Beamr is, of course, also compatible with other iDevices, so long as they're running iOS 5.0 or later. As such, the photos in your Beamr magazines may be viewed, downloaded, and printed by your family and friends in their original quality. Released a couple of months ago, Beamr has been updated recently with a new app flow, as if its original app flow weren't already streamlined to begin with. [caption id="attachment_369734" align="aligncenter" width="280"] Beamr[/caption] To create a photo magazine with Beamr, all you have to do is select the photos you want to include from your camera roll and tap the Create button. That's it. Your magazine is pretty much finished. You can also edit your magazine's title, issue, and credit. Then, once you're happy with those details, tap the Share button to optionally customize the cover and share the magazine via email, text, Twitter, Facebook, and clipboard. The text and clipboard sharing options are actually introduced in the latest update. Also included in the update is standard iOS 6 sharing for Twitter and Facebook. The newly updated Beamr is available now in the App Store for free. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]