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Tuesday, 17 September 2013

Everlapse - App Review



Create 'clips', which are collections of photographs.

*** Please also see comment 23 September 2013 12:04 for update ***


Now for the ACIDS test:

Aesthetics
Having 'signed on' (sic) with Twitter, you are then invited to create an account, which merely involves entering an email address.

By tapping the screen, you will experience your first clip, which shows you how they work, and the ability to add photographs to other clips

Creating a clip is merely a case of either adding a photograph from your iOS device, or taking a new photograph.

As soon as this is done, you can add a title and then share it on Twitter. People who follow you can also add to your clip.

You can also share through Facebook, and as either an email or a text message.

Cost
The App is free.

Indispensability
This is one of those Apps that, if it catches on, could become slightly addictive.

Dependability
The App requires iOS 6.0 or later.

Security
Logging-in is done through your Twitter account, in return for which you allow the App access to your Tweets, your followers and people you follow, as well as access to update your profile and post on your behalf.

Everlapse also needs access to your photos, in order to be able to create clips.

ACIDS Test Rating:

Could just catch on.

To find out how the ACIDS Test works, click here.


You can get Everlapse here and support for the App here.


4 comments:

  1. The developer advises that there has been an update to version 1.1.1 of the App.

    This includes the following enhancements and alterations:

    Everlapse 1.1 is all new! We’ve redesigned completely for an exciting experience that looks fantastic in iOS 7. Discover fresh content, publish more easily, and connect with friends faster.

    More new features:

    • Create open or closed clips. Add photos to any open clip.
    • Search users and content.
    • Publish clips at your speed: Slow, medium, or fast.
    • Follow your friends’ activity and keep track of your own.
    • Browse popular and featured content.
    • Dig into new categories like Pets, Food & Drink, and Fun.


    There will be an update to the review in the next couple of days.

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  2. The guys at Seesaw were clearly busy readying their App for the impending release of iOS7, while I was (not nearly as) busy writing the original review.
    The App was already easy to use, and that has been further improved. The real change, from a user point of view, is that there is already far more content than was the case. This means that you can not only readily share your “time-lapse” photos with more peoples but, there is much more for you to see from others. The clips are neatly organised in appropriate folders, making it even easier to follow others.

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  3. The developer advises that there has been an update to version 1.2 of the App.

    This includes the following enhancements and alterations:

    You probably think no one reads those emails you've been sending to feedback@everlapse.com. But we do, and we hear you. Because you asked for it, Facebook is now a sign on option for Everlapse.

    ... oh yes we do!

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  4. The developer advises that there has been an update to version 1.3 of the App.

    This includes the following enhancements and alterations:

    Welcome to 1.3. We've added a full-screen photo view to enhance viewing and sharing of individual images. Open the full-screen view to swipe through, share, and like photos in a clip.

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