MyRoll (gratis)Sitio oficial
After two years in the market and with more than two million users, Flayvr is relaunched under a new brand along with the latest version of its app for iOS and Android. MyRoll claims to be the first smart photo gallery for mobiles worldwide thanks to the use of “computer vision and behavioural analysis to tailor your photo album to your needs” , a promise that seems to be more than fulfilled especially when compared to what both operating systems offer as standard.
MyRoll automatically organizes our photos and videos in moments based on events and places in a similar way to iPhoto, but unlike iPhoto, it is able to analyze the images to give preference to the best ones , those with smiling faces, better lighting, focus or color. It even takes the trouble to adjust the thumbnails of the photos so as not to cut off a face instead of the classic centered cut.
Thanks to this, the collages generated by the app are more than a simple grouping of images, getting closer to the memory of those moments we probably have. MyRoll uses behavioral analysis, the connection to our calendar and important public event data to hit the nail on the head, but even when you make a mistake, editing and customizing these collages is so simple that it doesn’t really matter either.
MyRoll uses behavioral analysis, connection to our calendar and important public event data to hit the nail on the head
This is all great, but the icing on the cake is the features for sharing our images and videos, even large volumes of them, via email, Facebook or WhatsApp, yes, WhatsApp . Turning MyRoll moments into Facebook albums takes just a few taps while the option to create a web gallery in HTML5 automatically removes any limitations on sharing via email or SMS.
MyRoll is completely free, no cheating and no cardboard shopping inside the app
MyRoll is completely free, with no cheating or cardboard shopping inside the app, although in the future they hope to be able to monetize it through premium cloud storage options, a very active space these days where Apple, Google, Microsoft or Dropbox are just some of the most popular players. Will this Tel Aviv-based company be able to break through the competition? As a user,