Everpix iPhone App Now Available to Unify your Photos to the Cloud

The Everpix iPhone app has been released in the App Store. This app lets you essentially store all of your pictures automatically into their cloud storage from your Camera Roll, Facebook, Instagram, Flickr and more. The iPhone app is the companion app to the original Mac-only application (Windows version coming soon). Everpix wants to solve your issue of having pictures scattered all over the web:

You have thousands of photos spread out across various devices and web services: your computer, phone, Facebook, Flickr, Instagram, etc.

Setting up Everpix once will automatically, and continuously, import all your photos to the cloud, where they can be accessed in one place: anytime, anywhere.

According to Everpix, they want to solve the problem of having all of your pictures spread throughout the web and unify them into one place. All your pictures will be organized by date and your best photos can be curated with one tap of a button.

Here’s the iTunes description:

Everpix™ lets you have all your photos in the cloud, automatically uploaded, organized and curated. View, rediscover, and share your best photos all in one place, effortlessly.

App features:
? All your photos in your pocket, beautifully presented and accessible anywhere, even offline.
? Automatically uploads your iPhone camera roll photos to Everpix.
? Super simple photo sharing directly to your Facebook or Twitter.

Visit Everpix.com to download the Mac uploader and get all your photos into the cloud. You can also sync Everpix to fetch photos from services like Facebook, Instagram, Flickr, and more.

 
 
Download Everpix here from the App Store and tell me if you think it’s yet another photo app or something special. The company was previously a TechCrunch Disrupt finalist.

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  • Anonymous

    Going to give it a try. I’ll let you know.

  • Gues

    Is it working for anyone?

  • Anonymous

    I prefer the Dropbox solution that they’re betaing: http://forums.dropbox.com/topic.php?id=53544&replies=124

    Also, you can get up to 5GB extra added to your cap on Dropbox as well. I started with 3.1GB, now sitting at 8.1GB!!