September 07, 2012
Smartphone camera and photo discovery app EyeEm has today released a complete redesign of its iOS and Android applications, bringing both up to version 3.0. The third iteration of the popular photography app contains a raft of new features and optimisations, focussing on new routes to discovery of relevant pictures from around the world.
EyeEm’s reengineered navigation interface reimagines the app’s focus on discovery of pictures from other users, to offer an allround faster, slicker and more relevant photo experience than ever before. The keystone feature is an all new ‘Discover’ feed, available on the start screen, which actively learns users’ tastes based on the pictures they take. The app’s internal algorithm will actively push photos to the Discover feed, based on user location (such as interesting places or events nearby, places previously visited), on activity (what kind of topical albums users have contributed to) and by other topics that are trending worldwide...The 14 built-in filters offer instant picture editing in real-time to photos that can be automatically tagged based on user location and activity. About EyeEm
Incorporated in February 2011 with its HQ in Berlin, Germany, EyeEm is a camera and photo discovery application for smartphones that allows you to share & discover topics, places and events from the photos you take. The founding team of Florian Meissner, Lorenz Aschoff, Gen Sadakane, Ramzi Rizk and executive chairman Christophe Maire has received an undisclosed amount of seed funding from Passion Capital and Pan-European Venture Capital fund Wellington Partners.
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