by Brent Dirks
March 5, 2013
With two children under the age of 5, I’ve got a massive amount of digital photos and absolutely no time to sort through thousands of images. That’s where Everpix comes in. The photo platform syncs unlimited, full-resolution photos to the cloud and categorizes each image. Along with a Web interface, the service’s iOS app has been updated today with some new features. Probably the biggest new addition is the Explore feature. By using a proprietary algorithm, Everpix recognizes and sorts photos on a content level – like babies, landscapes, pets, cars, food, and more. Version 1.5 of the app also brings improved AirPlay support for users streaming photos to an Apple TV. Along with the update, Everpix has introduced a freemium tier. Everpix Free will offer unlimited storage of 12 months worth of full-resolution photos for no charge. Everpix is a universal app designed for the iPhone/iPod touch and iPad/iPad mini. It can be downloaded in the App Store now for free. Regular subscriptions can be purchased for $49 per year or $4.99 per month. Users can print any of their photos at any one of more than 8,000 Walgreen’s locations across the United States. Images can also be easily shared with family and friends via email. I’ve been an Everpix user for a few months, and can highly recommend the service. While I was at first wary of the subscription fees, its nice to have all of my precious memories stored and sorted in the cloud. And the iOS app does a very nice job of displaying all of your images. If you're looking for other Photo Sharing Apps, take a look at our AppList.