Everalbum 1.0 is here. But contrary to what its version number might suggest, Everalbum 1.0 is not a brand new app. Rather, it’s a major new update to the app that’s been helping its users back up their photos and free up space on their devices since its launch in May last year.
Everalbum is something of an Evernote for photo albums as it lets you keep your precious photos stored and safe. It’s a photo management app that allows you to back up the photos from your camera roll and consequently free up space to make room for more photos on your device (a boon especially if your device has only 16GB). It even lets you import your photos from various services including Facebook, Instagram, Dropbox, and Google Photos.
What’s new in Everalbum?
First and foremost, Everalbum 1.0 constitutes a significant overhaul, with a new look and feel applied throughout the app’s interface. But on top of the redesign are little changes that taken together make for a substantially improved user experience.
For one thing, there’s Inner Circle, a new feature that enables you to have dedicated spaces on which to share and relive favorite moments with your family and friends. “Whether you’re trying to find a specific photo shared by your husband, or reliving a college memory over dinner, you can now quickly dive into a timeline of memories between you and any of your friends,” the team behind Everalbum notes. “Wonder what you and your wife were doing five years ago? Now it’s easier than ever to find out!”
And if you’d like to post and share your photos IRL, Everalbum now also lets you have your photos printed and shipped straight to you so that you can hang them on your walls or send them to loved ones. Note, though, that photo prints are available only to users who have upgraded to Everalbum Plus.
What’s Everalbum Plus?
Everalbum Plus is the premium tier of Everalbum that includes unlimited photo backup in full resolution and unlimited video backup in addition to unlimited photo prints. Everalbum’s free tier, by comparison, offers unlimited photo backup in standard resolution only, like Google Photos.
You can first try Everalbum Plus free for seven days when you choose to upgrade to it right within Everalbum. After the free trial, it costs $9.99 per month.
But whether you go Plus or not, Everalbum 1.0 is worth a look.
Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 8.0 or later, Everalbum 1.0 is available now on the App Store for free.