I’m a huge fan of taking photos. Instagram is on my first screen on my iPhone and iPad and I’ve shared a bazillion images on Facebook and Twitter. I’m the epitome of a photo-crazed social sharer. However, the pics I share are for public use and usually of non-personal objects. When it comes to my personal images of say, my daughter or son, I tend to shy away from over sharing. So when a friend told me about PhotoCircle, an app that lets you share photos between private groups, I thought I’d give it a try.
So far, it’s working very well and gives me a bit more peace of mind that my personal pics aren’t out on the interwebs. I’m currently working on a full review and will share shortly, but in the mean time, make sure to check PhotoCircle out on the App Store. A few details below.
You’re together with friends, and it’s a day to remember. Capture the memories in a shared photo album. Simply put your phones together to create a PhotoCircle, and then start taking pictures. It’s fast, private, and simple. One photo album for you, your friends, and a beautiful day.
- Easier and cheaper than sending photos by text message
- Great for birthdays, weddings, or get-togethers
- Photos are instantly shared when you’re together or apart
- It’s private – what happens in the Circle stays in the Circle
- Easily add friends by putting your phones together
- Add friends remotely by sending a link
- Unlimited photos in each Circle
- Available on iPhone, iPod Touch, and other mobile devices
PhotoCircle on YouTube