Scalado just released Album, its first ever Android app to land in Google's Play store. The company -- which is best known for imaging technologies such as zero shutter lag, Rewind and Remove -- usually provides software to device manufacturers instead of end users directly. Album is billed as "a simple to use, high performance, photo/video viewer with a clean and smooth user interface" that handles pictures up to 200 (!) megapixels in size. The app costs $0.99 and is available for both smartphones and tablets. It features some interesting touches, like the ability to browse geotagged images using a map view.
We had the opportunity to take Album for a spin before launch and the app offers an intuitive and responsive user experience. Beyond organizing photos into the usual bins -- like the camera roll and the folders on your device -- the main screen lets you browse content by time (monthly) and location (including nearby). You can delete, share, rotate (in place) and crop pictures, plus display file info and turn images into wallpaper. The grid view uses animated thumbnails for the videos, and supports multiple selection. While not groundbreaking, this is a solid app and the aforementioned map view is worth checking out. Take a look at our gallery below, and hit the break for Scalado's demo video and PR.
Gallery: Scalado Album hands-on
Scalado Album launches for Android, we go hands-on (video) originally appeared on Engadget on Wed, 25 Apr 2012 06:00:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.Permalink | Google Play store | Email this | Comments