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| November 20, 2013
Photo Organization And Sharing App Tapsbook Gains Advanced Editing Features
One of my favorite apps that I’ve taken a look at this year, Tapsbook, has just added a number of new features with a recent update. First up, the photo organization and sharing app is featuring a new cleaner interface that matches up well with iOS 7. Another great addition is a new source to pull images from – Flickr. Version 2.1 also offers additional editing capability to the photo books created with the app. Along with the ability to move photos across pages, users can take advantage of the smart layout option that will automatically reorganize photos after adding or deleting an image. The new photo book slider allows users to scroll through their photo books based on a timeline. And just in time for the holiday season, the company is also announcing an interesting partnership with national retailer Walgreens. Starting with the new version of the app, users can order a printed copy of their photo books and pick it up at their nearest store location on the same day. That should make it much easier to give photo books as holiday gifts to friends and family. Designed for the iPad/iPad mini, Tapsbook can be downloaded now in the App Store for free. Users can share up to 500 photos to the Tapsbook cloud for free. The premium version, which gives users up to 4GB of photos and adds more sharing options, can be purchased for $3 per month or $25 per year. Tapsbook originally landed in the App Store in July. In my first look at the app, I was really pleased with the customization options and the quick and easy way to organize and share photos. Soon after its release, Tapsbook took home an Honorable Mention award in our App of the Week awards. Our own Robin Rhys took a look at the service in an episode of AppAdvice Daily. [gallery link="file"]