SEATTLE, WA -- (Marketwire) -- 03/28/13 -- WideAngle announces the launch of the WideAngle app -- a new photo app for the iPad that gives users the power to gather, discover and share photos in one place.
WideAngle brings the best moments from users world in one single place. Users can download the free app and instantly gather their photos from Facebook and Instagram as well as photos from Photostream, and text messages. WideAngle will soon enable photo gathering from email and Apple desktop and laptop computers.
In WideAngle, users can 'remix' photos in a way that suits them, through organizing photos by location, date, people, resolution and more. With the fastest way to view the photos friends share to Instagram and Facebook, WideAngle makes it simple to follow friends, and even add a comment or like, without having to flip between sites.
"WideAngle ensures that you have access on-the-go to what matters to you in one convenient place," says Jesse Stein, Director, Digital Product at WideAngle. "With your most important photos all together, WideAngle makes it easy to share and save what you want and even build custom albums with friends."
WideAngle begins with you:
•Gather all your photos; brings them together in one central place. •Remix into collections; organize pictures by location, people and more. •Keep up with your friends; combined Facebook and Instagram photo view -- add likes or comments directly from WideAngle. •Discover what's hot; see trending photos on WideAngle and find new friends. •Save securely to your phone or tablet.
Launching for iPad, WideAngle is coming soon to iPhone and Android. Photo gathering from Twitter and Tumblr will be added soon to enhance your ability to gather memories.
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Founded in 2012, WideAngle was created to provide a better way for keeping people connected to the most important photos in their lives. This innovative app gathers your photos from Facebook, Instagram, Apple devices, text messages and cameras. View friends from Facebook and Instagram, for the best way to stay connected. WideAngle is based in Seattle, Washington.
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