[Tip] Chronological Arrangement of Photos on Android

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You take photos from your smartphone on some special occasion, few days later they get piled up below another stock of photos. Basically i am pointing towards the need of an app that could arrange our photos more aesthetically than what our default picture manager offers.

Using Million Moments to Arrange Pictures Chronologically

Sony, as many of you know is more inclined towards photography and has launched an app called Million Moments. The app aptly overcomes what default picture manager of Android lacked. In addition to creating elegant layouts, the app offers good looking magazine-like layouts too.

Million Moments App by Sony

Million Moments App by Sony

Once you install Million Moments, you will be asked to import to the pictures from your picture library. Or you can even import pictures from your Facebook account too. Once the importing is done, the app will automatically sort the entire photo collection by date.

Using the unique tagging Feature

An another interesting feature is tagging. This works as suppose you have clicked so many pictures of a person named “X”. So you create a tag for the person name “X” and tag photos in which person named “X” is there. The app will automatically create the person named “X” album. So to view entire photos of Person named “X” you just need to open that automatically created album — instead going through the entire collection.

 Million Moments

If you ever used the app “Flipboard” you might find similarity. The Million Moments serves as a “Flipboard” for your pictures. There are bunch of other apps available at Play Store, and offers same solution but the magic moments’s simplicity is something that is more intriguing and scores over other apps.

And its Free

In sum, Million Moments is worth getting your attention because of its ease of usage and elegant photo organisation. And the app comes at even more economic price. $0.00. That’s right. Its free. Download it today.

About Kamal Nayan

Kamal Nayan is a blogger at www.techtoll.in where he has been writing about personal technology, productivity hacks and often produces how to videos. He takes some time off from his engineering to write about tips and tweaks related to Android and other phones on this blog.

Comments

  1. priyanshu nayan says:

    yes. Its very much simple. I was very annoyed. You showed me a way out. Here you go kamal again. Pretty handy. Thanx. Bro.

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