DS photo+

DS photo+


**You must own a Synology NAS to run this app, and have upgraded to Photo Station 6.3 beta on your Synology NAS to get the complete set of features**

DS photo+ allows you to browse through the photo collection on your Synology NAS server on the go, as well as interact with friends using the comments in real time. Organizing your photos is easy: with traditional albums, using tags to create virtual albums or with a simple tap with the timeline mode! Better yet, download albums to the Android device to view them even when no network connection is available, and use the Photo Backup to effortlessly upload your photos taken with your Android device onto your own personal cloud.

Find all detailed features about the app on our website:
www.synology.com > DSM 5.1 > Mobile Apps > Software Specs
https://www.synology.com/dsm/5.1/software_spec#DSphoto

Recent changes:
. It's now possible to view photos/videos directly on a Chromecast/DLNA TV
. Added a date picker to the Timeline to easily navigate to a specific date
. Double-tapping photos now zooms into a photo
. The quality setting now applies to downloaded photos
. Fixed an issue where the Photo Backup notification may not automatically disappear
. Minor bug fixes and usability enhancements
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4.1
User ratings
4532
Installs
500,000+
Concerns
1
File size
21993 kb
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About DS photo+
**You must own a Synology NAS to run this app, and have upgraded to Photo Station 6.3 beta on your Synology NAS to get the complete set of features**

DS photo+ allows you to browse through the photo collection on your Synology NAS server on the go, as well as interact with friends using the comments in real time. Organizing your photos is easy: with traditional albums, using tags to create virtual albums or with a simple tap with the timeline mode! Better yet, download albums to the Android device to view them even when no network connection is available, and use the Photo Backup to effortlessly upload your photos taken with your Android device onto your own personal cloud.

Find all detailed features about the app on our website:
www.synology.com > DSM 5.1 > Mobile Apps > Software Specs
https://www.synology.com/dsm/5.1/software_spec#DSphoto

Recent changes:
. It's now possible to view photos/videos directly on a Chromecast/DLNA TV
. Added a date picker to the Timeline to easily navigate to a specific date
. Double-tapping photos now zooms into a photo
. The quality setting now applies to downloaded photos
. Fixed an issue where the Photo Backup notification may not automatically disappear
. Minor bug fixes and usability enhancements

User reviews of DS photo+
Mit Synology- NAS das perfekte Fotoalbum ohne die privaten Bilder auf div. undurschaubaren Clouds zu hosten.
Oct 25, 2011
Make one app only for all DS small apps please !
Jul 9, 2011
Works perfectly. Also works for uploading a photo.
May 2, 2011
App works great..even with dyndns @Chahk...just use the ip-adress of your nas and not the dyndns adress
Nov 10, 2010
Great promise, but unfortunately doesn't work with dynamic DNS services such as dyndns.org.
Oct 12, 2010
Android Market Comments
A Google User
5 days ago
Great app but... Latest version crashes every time. I can't even see 10 photos on an album without it force closing on me.
A Google User
5 days ago
Latest version crashes all the time Disappointing. This app was one of my key reasons for choosing a synology NAS, but since the latest update it crashes after displaying 1-2 photos. Not usable as it stands - but if it were stable this would be a 5 star app.
A Google User
5 days ago
Latest update won't connect Remotely via quickconnect, all the other ds apps are fine
A Google User
6 days ago
Recent update always crashes It stoppes often while browsing pictures...annoying.
A Google User
6 days ago
Finally replaced Dropbox for auto upload. If you're having problems, make sure your ports are forwarded on your router and you're running the latest version on your NAS.