Art & Mobile Corporation has released update 1.0.3 to Superalbum.
SuperAlbum is a meta-cloud-style photo application that makes the photos of the users dispersed amongst the various services on the cloud viewable in a single application. In current update 1.0.3, support for FourSquare and FFFFOUND! have been included as new services.
Using SuperAlbum’s simple, polished interface, users can browse photos on the network just like regular iPhone albums. The goal of SuperAlbum is to manage and integrate all the pictures and images scattered on the cloud.
Before, online albums used to be very simple, with users uploading all of their photos to a service like Flickr. However, the emergence of social networking services has greatly fragmented this process – photos taken with a DSLR go to Flickr; when tweeting, you use Twitpic. Journals are kept on Facebook, and now Instagram is great, too. It’s easy for things to get complicated very quickly.
Japanese iPhone developer Takayuki Fukatsu, Masato Yamaguchi, and Naomoto Niwayama have come up with a convenient solution. They have created a practical, user-friendly album application that enables users to browse all their pictures using one single app.
* iPhone’s Album
Pllaned services for future update
* iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iOS 4.0 or later
* 2.6 MB
Pricing and Availability:
SuperAlbum 1.0 is only $0.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Photo & Video category.