Whether you’re going on a family vacation or to a concert with friends, you want to get all the pictures you can to remember the event. That isn’t always easy to do, even in our hyperconnected world, because different people save their pictures in various ways. With Shoto, you’ve been able to pool your images together for years. In its latest update, Shoto makes it even easier to share your pictures and find out how many more images from that event you might be able to get for yourself.
Match your albums with your friends’
The new Album Match feature in Shoto is a way to see where other pictures are. You can get the albums where your friends have photos, and request those images instantly. Your friend gets a notification that you want their pictures, and all they have to do is tap to let you download those photos.
An all-new curated timeline
The Library is a beautifully-designed timeline of your photos and the pictures your friends have shared with you. It’s instantly searchable, or you can just browse through the images. Pick and choose which ones you want to add to your own camera roll, and get all of those shots that you missed but your friends caught.
Find out how complete your album is
Sometimes, you want to know just how complete your album is from an event. With a new completion bar, Shoto makes it easy to see how many of those photos you have. Different shaded portions of the completion bar show you your photos, the images you’ve requested, and the ones you’ve already received. You can easily tell how complete your album is, and how many pictures you still need to download.
Shoto is designed for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, and requires iOS 8 or later. It’s available as a free download on the App Store, with no ads or in-app purchases to worry about.
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