Flayvr organizes your photos and videos into moving-picture albums on your device that can then be easily shared with friends via the web.
Android’s native Gallery app has never been disappointing and suffices for most users, but it does leave much to be desired, especially by power users and media enthusiasts. If you want to organize or edit your albums, you have to resort to a third-party app, since the native app offers no such features, being entirely driven by the folders on your device’s storage. Enter Flayvr - an album organizer with dynamic previews for both pictures and videos. Released earlier for iOS, the app has been available on the App Store for quite some time, and has just made its way to Google Play Store as well. Let’s take a closer look at how it performs on Android, and the features it brings to the platform.
The app is actually slightly reminiscent of HTC Share in that you get a collage of pictures and videos, and the images animate to make your albums feel more active and alive. Flavyr differs from Gallery replacement apps like QuickPic in that it doesn’t pull up every photo you’ve ever taken, but instead attempts to curate them into related collections. You can also share a Flayvr album by uploading it to the web and sending your friends a simple simple link, similar to Vine or Instagram (minus the social network aspect).
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