But far from needing them again, what happens is that at some point we remember that there was an image that was sent to us and now we are unable to locate it. That’s why there is Lost Photos, a simple application that collects and downloads to your hard drive all the images in your email .
The application, available for both Windows and Mac, allows us to connect different email services (Gmail, Yahoo, AOL, iCloud or Google Apps) . Once accessed, it will search for all images, both sent and received. It will then show us a list of all the images located.
Then we can download them to our computer or, thanks to the option to connect with Twitter or Facebook, share them again quickly. But without a doubt, the most interesting thing is the option of being able to import those photos directly into the iPhoto library.
The price of Lost Photos is 2.39 for Mac . And what I don’t understand is why it is free for Windows, to use it via Parallels or another option to virtualize an OS. In short, another of the many mysteries of software development.