The Kindle Fire has a pretty standard photo viewer. Despite the Fire’s lack of a camera, there is still built-in photo functionality for any pictures you want to save from the internet or transfer from a storage card.
But what if you want to have all your photos – from Instagram, Flickr, and Facebook, for example – in one spot? That’s where Woven wants to help. Woven is a recently released free app that provides iOS, Android, and Kindle Fire users with an easy-to-use photo album viewer.
Woven’s interface is very intuitive. Some apps have trouble integrating with touch-screens, but according to early reviews, Woven has been designed to seamlessly integrate with touch-screen devices.
So how does Woven work? Well, users put all their photos from their smartphone, Instagram, Flickr, Facebook, and other accounts into one single app with a simple interface. Let’s say you want to show your friend a new profile pic on Facebook. Instead of having to log in to Facebook manually, you can just go to Woven, tap the ‘Facebook’ section and see a grid of all your recent photos.
Woven automatically pulls photos from all your social media accounts. There’s no manual dragging and dropping. Instead, Woven keeps track of recent updates across all your accounts, and any new photos are instantly added into your Woven account.
Here are all of the social media accounts that are currently integrated with Woven:
- Windows Live
It’s important to note that Woven doesn’t pull photos from friends’ Facebook accounts. So if you’re planning on stalking your Facebook friends from the safety of a third-party app, forget about it.
If you’re looking for a free, simple, and effective way to manage all your photos, then Woven can certainly help. Check it out today on the Amazon app store.