Your Facebook Photo App
Everything you want to do with Facebook Photos. Including photo uploads and tagging photos.
No ads – makes it faster.
Includes Tag photos feature
Easiest way to find when new pictures of you have been posted. And that might be important!
Want to see when your friends post a photo of you? Are they posting things that they shouldn’t? Then check from your Phone.
Upload short videos, too!
Logged into web and on app? Logout from app and then try again. [Menu, Logout] clears this up.
* Take & upload photos
* Create Albums on the fly
* Tag a Photo immediately after upload
* Browse Your Albums
* See Tagged Photos of You
* View Friend’s Albums
* View Your Facebook Page Photos
* Save Photos to the phone
* Upload videos
* No signup – unlike Pixelpipe
BFF Photo Pro
A few weeks ago, I was excited to learn that the BFF Photo was a winner in the Sprint App Challenge in the social networking category.
This is the PRESS RELEASE
The app takes advantage of Sprint’s 4G network. My essay says:
BFF Photo brings Facebook photos to the user’s phone. Consumers can use the app to view photo albums, friends’ albums and take and upload photos and videos. The app fully uses the bandwidth and reliability of the Sprint 4G Network to manage the connection to Facebook and the speedy media download to the customer.
My job doing Mobile and API work at Adkeeper.com is keeping me very busy, but I’ll make time to innovate and refine my Android apps. I love the intersection of social and mobile … and I’ll throw the Cloud into the mix. I was oddly excited when I saw that Amazon announced their Android SDK for AWS.
The big event is tonight at the Wired Store in NYC. Hope to see you there.
Congrats to the other winners!
Moviefone on Android.
A great app. The movie trailers are spectacular.
This was a great project and I am very proud of my work on it.
Video Demo – remote logging
DroidDrop Remote logging gives Android Developers the ability to log data from their applications to a drop on drop.io.
Include the jar in your Android project. It will add 16K to your APK.
Get a developer API Key from drop.io (free, painless, takes 2 minutes)
Declare a DroidDropNote Client:
DroidDropNoteClient dropClient= new DroidDropNoteClient(“–YOUR API Key”);
dropClient.setToken(“–drop password or token”);
Write out a Note/Text contents:
results = dropClient.createNote( “DROPNAME”, “Note title”, “Message”);
Use gestures to browse photos, rotate phone to change view, upload existing photos and videos. Try version 1.5.
Search Android Market for BFF Photo.
If you like the app, please rate it in the market.
Feedback, questions, issues, suggestions?
Use drop.io to privately share your files & notes in drops.
Use DroidDrop to:
- Create & View Drops
- Add Notes, Links, and Photos
- It’s easy to start with the demo drop
- View & update in the demo and then create your own drops
I submitted DroidDrop to ADC2 (Android Developer’s Challengge 2) on 8/31. I expected to add a few more features before publishing it to the market. I was able to add some polish and 1 new feature (uploading photos directly from the gallery.)
I was starting to work on adding even more features when I realized it was a good time to stop and get some feedback. So, please try out DroidDrop and let me know what you think. Some of my ideas for new features are at the end of this post.
These 2 tweets were timely in helping me think about the release date.
- RT @albertwenger Making Versus Planning … http://tumblr.com/xbk34pkz3
- RT @ericries IFTF: don’t pave until you see where people walk; needs to apply to IT and internal tools #workunbound
Feedback and ideas wanted! Error reports, too.
Contact via email or twitter
You can see a previous video demo here.
I would expect to add:
- video upload
- audio upload
- showing drops in reverse chronological order
- performance improvements