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| June 18, 2013
Seesaw For iPhone Gains New Publishing Process Enhanced With Online Photo Search
Seesaw for iPhone, the "fun little app to crowdsource opinions to help you make up your mind," has just received another major update. Released last February, Seesaw is an app that lets you invite your friends and followers to answer polls or Seesaws on just about anything. It was hailed as AppAdvice's App of the Week shortly after its launch, signifying that it was already an excellent app at launch. And now, it has become even more excellent with its new significant update. The latest update to Seesaw is highlighted by a new publishing process that allows for more flexibility. Part of this process is the option to choose photos from your Facebook albums and the option to search for photos from Amazon, Pinterest, Instagram, and Google. After selecting photos for your Seesaw's choice, you can now also scale and crop them, add URLs to accompany them, and reorder them via drag-and-drop. If you can't see the video embedded above, please click here. Last month, the team behind Pinterest begun making the Pin It share button available in mobile apps. According to the release notes of Seesaw's new update, the ability to share Seesaws on Pinterest is now supported in the app. But after updating to the app's latest version, I can't seem to find neither the official Pin It button nor any other type of button for sharing to Pinterest. Nevertheless, the options to share a Seesaw via text, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram are there. The new version of Seesaw is available now in the App Store for free. The app is optimized for iPhone and iPod touch running iOS 6.0 or later. For more information on Seesaw, check out Christine's original review of the app here on AppAdvice. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]