If you want a quick and easy way to clean up your photo library, check out Cleen, which has just received a significant update.
Released in November last year, Cleen lets you go through your photos one by one to favorite or delete them just by swiping: up to do the former or down to do the latter. You can also act on photos later by swiping them to the left.
Initially launched for iPhone and iPod touch, Cleen has just received an update that optimizes the app with full resolution support for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. What’s more, the update makes the app natively compatible with iPad as well.
The latest update to Cleen also introduces in-place photo sharing, which lets you share a photo via email, Facebook, Twitter, and WeChat while reviewing it.
Furthermore, it promises faster loading of albums with numerous photos, and adds double-tap support for viewing a photo in full-screen mode as a one-hand-friendly alternative to the two-finger pinch gesture.
Cleen is one of a handful of notable photo management apps that have emerged since Apple opened up its Photos API to third-party developers in iOS 8. Other such apps include the Tinder-like Flic, the screenshot-only Screeny, and the cat-themed Purrge.
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