Alive Albums for iPad turns your favorite Facebook friends, family, and photos into animated scenes of everything you love.
In a few taps you’re viewing animation of your Facebook – your Friends, their albums, your Likes and theirs, and photos of you all.
Alive Albums lets iPad users effortlessly enjoy Facebook photos — their own, their friends’, and the pages they Like there. Users can discover their friends’ and likes’ photos so easily it’s addictive, or in a few seconds, create a unique animated playlist they can enjoy for hours. Alive Albums (version 1.1.1) is available at the Apple App Store for US$0.99.
Alive Albums for iPad lets you effortlessly enjoy Facebook photos — your own, your friends’, and the pages you Like there. Discover friends’ and likes’ photos so easily it’s addictive. In seconds, create and shuffle a unique animated playlist you can enjoy for hours. Alive Albums is available at the Apple App Store for US$0.99.
Connect to Facebook and browse your Albums, your friends’, photos they’re in, and everything you “Like” on Facebook — the artists, movies, shows, books and organizations you love. Tap any album and its photos are added to the Playlist, downloaded if necessary, and in moments they’re part of the animated slide show. Continue to browse, add, and delete albums from the list, or tap to see photo captions and album info — all without stopping the show. The Playlist itself is an animated stack you squirt new albums into as you browse. And and iPod-style Shuffle button helps you discover photos you never knew were there.
Tapping a photo’s Facebook icon brings up its Facebook page, where the user can Like it, comment on it, contact the participants, or add that missing caption to their own photo — all without leaving Alive Albums.
- See Facebook Albums from your Photos, Friends, and anyone’s Likes
- Playlist with automatic, animated transitions between photos.
- Full Screen Views: see photos at their best on the iPad.
- Continuous Play: animation continues as you browse albums and edit the playlist.
- Shuffle to Discover Photos: fully integrated across playback, browsing, and automatic save.
- Offline Viewing: view Facebook photos and Playlist with no internet connection!
- Connect: tap the Facebook icon to Like or Comment on photos or contact friends.
- Photo Blizzards: as photos arrive from Facebook, they rain down in animation.
- Automatic Save and Restore: on relaunch, picks up right where it left off.
- Show or Hide album, tag, owner and caption info — in a tap.
- Animated Playlist shows progress and Shuffle status.
- Speed Slider: from super fast, to one gentle animation every 30 seconds.
- Discover and enjoy your friends’ and Likes’ great photos, effortlessly.
- Much faster and more fun than clicking Facebook photos in a web browser.
- Delight friends and family with custom personalized slideshows, in seconds.
- Switch instantly between passive viewing and active browsing — in a swipe.
- Like a combo of the iPad’s ‘Picture Frame’ and ‘Photos’ apps — for Facebook photos.
- Share: easy Logout/Login is perfect for sharing albums at parties.
- Socialize: Comment, Like photos, edit captions — all from within Alive Albums.
- Watch and Enjoy: Alive Albums is a perfect match for your iPad’s all-day battery.
Alive Albums is a simple, modeless experience — a few big buttons like Play/Pause and Shuffle, with standard iPad gestures to browse or adjust the screen. Simply pinch the screen to reveal the playlist and album browser, and un-pinch to see the images and animation full screen again.
Alive Albums is also a new breed of ‘ambient’ app that takes full advantage of the iPad’s all-day battery, big, sharable screen and fast internet connection — so whatever else you’re doing, your iPad magically shows beautiful images of everyone and everything you care about.
Want to make sure your friends’ Alive Albums don’t leave out the pictures of you?
Grant Facebook permission so Alive Albums can display the photos you’re tagged in.
Your friends will thank you. (And don’t worry — they’ll always be limited to what they can see on the Facebook site.)