PhotoSpring vastly improves on the digital photo frame concept. Beyond simply displaying photos, it lets the user actively engage with their photos through the touchscreen.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB)
April 26, 2017
PhotoSpring, Inc. today launched the PhotoSpring Digital Photo Frame, the world’s first digital photo frame that completely automates the process of organizing and displaying digital photos. PhotoSpring solves the biggest issue consumers face today with their photos – people are taking more photos than ever before, but viewing them less frequently. PhotoSpring accomplishes this through a combination of smart software automation and unique hardware design.
Designed as both a digital photo frame and photo album, PhotoSpring makes it easy for Mom to display and browse photos on the same device. In its charging stand, PhotoSpring displays the latest family photos on its high-resolution 10-inch screen. Or, Mom can pick it up out of the stand to browse her entire photo collection with the easy to use touchscreen interface.
“PhotoSpring vastly improves on the digital photo frame concept. Beyond simply displaying photos, it lets the user actively engage with their photos through the touchscreen,” said Dan Ho, Co-Founder and CEO of PhotoSpring. “At home, we have our PhotoSpring on the kitchen counter. Often I see my wife walk over and pick it up off the stand when she sees a photo that catches her attention. She brings it over to show me and we eventually end up on the sofa reminiscing over all the other photos from that event.”
PhotoSpring applies software automation to help users rediscover photos long forgotten on their smartphones and computers. A companion app that is available for iPhone, Android, Mac, and Windows devices, automatically pushes photos to PhotoSpring via Wi-Fi. The app can be used to send photos to multiple PhotoSpring frames. This makes it easy to share photos with family and friends all over the world who have PhotoSpring frames. After receiving photos, PhotoSpring software analyzes them, selects the best ones, and optimizes them for display. All this happens automatically, without any user intervention.
“We all want to view our photos more often, but for most people the photos taken just last month are already buried under a mountain of new photos,” said Ho. “By automating this entire process of getting photos out on display, we’re helping users unearth photos that they haven’t seen in years.”
PhotoSpring is available now for purchase at http://www.photospring.com or retailers including Amazon. Each device includes Wi-Fi, internal rechargeable battery, 10-inch 1280×800 pixel display, touchscreen, charging stand, and power cable….