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Minube transforms your iOS application to be our new travel album

Minube estrena su aplicación oficial para iPad

Minube, one of the most popular Spanish mobile travel applications, has recently been updated to redirect and organize the photographs of our trips automatically in addition to offering us tourist guides. It is the result of a year of work in which the developers have sought to get more out of the application since they added hotel reservations a year ago.

Minube transforms your iOS application to be our new travel album
Minube transforms your iOS application to be our new travel album

The mechanism by which they do this is to collect all the photographs we take at a particular point and generate a album with a title, integrated maps and an attractive visual appearance . And you don’t have to do literally anything: I opened the application on my iPhone and in a few seconds I had an album with all the images from my trip to the LeWeb event in Paris.

Those albums and the ability to share them on social networks are quite prominent in the new application, although we still have albums generated by other people with integrated descriptions that serve as a tourist guide. There are free ones, and there are paid ones.

All in all, it’s an interesting twist for Minube which wants to stop being a one-time open application to consult travel guides. And working with our photos to generate albums, even with strong competition, is a good way to achieve this. You can download the application for free from the App Store and remember the interview we did with their CEO in 2012.

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