has released a new edition of its Memora Photo application that’s designed to integrate with Apple’s new iPhoto. The application lets users share their digital photo albums.
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The new version blends iPhoto’s power as a photo organizer with the ability to share pictures with friends and family directly from one’s own hard drive without having to wait for lengthy uploads to remote sites, and without storage restrictions, according to Antonio Rodriguez, CEO and co-founder of Memora, who said the company is thrilled with the release of iPhoto. The company will make the first 1,000 copies available for free from its site.
“The new release of Memora Photo enables the user to take their new iPhoto albums and instantly share them with friends and family without having to suffer through long uploads to their iTools account,” Rodriguez said in announcing the product.
With the new Memora Photo, iPhoto users can choose an entire album, or select different pictures within an album, and drag-and-drop to share them. You can add a title and captions and then click on the Invite button to send an invitation.
iPhoto, a program for managing images from digital pictures, is the latest in Apple’s line of “i” tools. It joins iTunes, iMovie and iDVD. And it continues the “i” line’s ease of use.
When you connect your camera to your Mac, archiving pictures happens automatically with iPhoto. The images are uploaded and organized by “roll” and archived together as thumbnail images laid out on a scrolling digital contact sheet. A slider on the side of the contact sheet lets you instantly enlarge and examine hundreds of pictures quickly.