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Polaroid takes a shot at photo-a-day journaling by rebranding Blipfoto

Polaroid takes a shot at photo-a-day journaling by rebranding Blipfoto

January 3, 2015

If you wish to carry out your very own Project 365 or just want to share snapshots of your daily life, you might want to check out the newly released Polaroid Blipfoto.

Actually, Polaroid Blipfoto is the newly relaunched version of the popular Blipfoto photo-a-day journal service. It comes as a result of the rebranding of Blipfoto in partnership with Polaroid, the former instant camera maker and current brand licenser to the likes of Polamatic and Socialmatic.

Of course, the rebranding brings about a complete redesign of the app, in addition to the following key features:

  • Create your own journal – upload and share a photo a day and some words
  • Protected journals – only your followers can see your entries
  • Browse entries from the community – including popular journals, people nearby and people you are following
  • Activities section – take part in community projects, competitions and more
Polaroid Blipfoto

Polaroid Blipfoto

Polaroid Blipfoto (technically Blipfoto 4.0) is available now on the App Store for free.

It’s optimized for iPhone and iPod touch running iOS 7.0 or later, but it’s yet to be updated with full resolution support for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

Note that with the release of Polaroid Blipfoto, Blipfoto for iPad has been pulled from the App Store, even though the newly relaunched app is not universal and therefore not natively compatible with iPad.

In any case, Polaroid Blipfoto is also accessible through its official Web portal.

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Polaroid Blipfoto
Polaroid Blipfoto
Polamatic by Polaroid
Polamatic by Polaroid
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