How many times have you heard these words uttered by friends or family? “Sure, I’ll send those photos to you later” or “No problem, I’ll email you the pictures tomorrow.” Then, you never, ever see those photos. The worst part is, you were all at the event together, so you know the pictures are awesome. Sound familiar? With the Crossroad app, you do not have to rely on your friends and family remembering to get those photos you.
Crossroad lets you trust your friends again
With this handy app, all you do is create a shared album called a Crossbook and then invite your friends to it. You can all easily upload photos to the Crossbook, which is automatically synced. So, you can all see the photos others took and then save them to your device or share them via social media with a bigger audience. You invite only the people you want to your specific Crossbook, so you can share what you want with who you want.
Not only can you sync photos with your family and friends using the app, but you can jump over to the Web and view everything on the Crossroad website. Each of your Crossbooks is available there and you can view them in slideshows. This is great for sitting back and looking through your event photos on a bigger screen.
Crossroad works well and is very easy to use, so those are pluses. What would make the app even better is if you could take photos directly from it that would automatically sync to a certain Crossbook. But, overall the app has a good concept and if you can finally see the photos from that wedding, party, or family reunion, then it is definitely worth it.
Crossroad is available for free on the App Store. It is designed for iPhone and contains no ads or in-app purchases.