Storehouse, Winner of Apple Design Award, Hits Google Play for Sharing Photos

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Storehouse, an application that groups your photos into easily sharable albums, is now available on Google Play for Android devices. The app has been previously available for iOS, even winning the prestigious Apple Design Award. 

Much like the already available Google Photos, users can share photos via Storehouse with friends after grouping them into albums. However, Storehouse allows for a bit more album customization, plus the ability to organize the pictures nicely on a sharable page. When you open the app and begin selecting photos from your phone’s gallery, you can quickly resize and crop photos to fit just right, then share links via email, direct links, or text. Users can also add videos at the time of album creation, or pull existing videos from the gallery.

In total, albums can hold up to 50 photos, all editable by users with custom text. Pages can be embedded on blogs or webpages, which could add a classy touch to your Tumblr. Additionally, do note that all created albums are private unless shared, naturally.

Again, Google Photos handles the sharing function quite well already, but if a more classy album approach is better suited for you, then definitely check it out.

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