The Flock App Allows Friends to Share Photos in One Album

By: Katherine Vong - Published: Aug 21, 2012 • References: theflockapp & springwise
When you spend time with friends or family members, it's not uncommon for more than one person to take photos, resulting in separate groups of photos stored on individual phones; this is where the Flock app comes in. The Flock app, created by Bump Technologies in California, makes consolidating photos a piece of cake by allowing people to share their photos in a single album.

The free Flock app does so by determining which of your Facebook friends are in the photos you've taken and then creates a shared album of the event with your photos and theirs (and you have complete control over which photos are shared). All you have to do is take photos with your phone as you normally would and enable geotagging. Further, the Flock app can create shared albums of photos you've taken before you installed the app, thereby working backwards, as Springwise describes. Stats for Photo-Consolidating Tools Trending: Older & Chilly
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