PhotoFrame for Flickr, Dropbox

PhotoFrame for Flickr, Dropbox


PicLoop - A cloud based digital photo frame (slideshow). Transform your tablet in a photo frame streaming your pics from the cloud.

Do you have photos everywhere? Pictures you tossed on Facebook, Dropbox, Box, Instagram, Flickr, and Drive over the course of the years, and you never see? PicLoop works streaming pictures from your accounts and displaying them on your screen. It is like having your device working as digital picture frame, but with unlimited space.

Features:
- PicLoop is an application which enables users to
configure unlimited cloud accounts, plus multiple Facebook and Instagram
accounts to stream pictures stored in there.
- PicLoop is available for Android phones and tablets.
- PicLoop is able to stream unlimited photos from
Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Flickr, Box, Dropbox, and Google Drive.
- Share photos from PicLoop on Facebook, Twitter, Picasa, Instagram, G+, or using email, messaging, Skype, Bluetooth, and Drive.
- Slideshow with adjustable time intervals, and random option.
- PicLoop accepts JPG, GIF and PNG.
- PicLoop performs better with a high speed internet connection.

Recent changes:
Version 1.4 - Release Notes
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- Fastest interval is now available for your loop
- Better Flickr support
- Fixed issues with Box new API
- Now supporting HD pics for Flickr
- Added support for large screen devices
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3.6
User ratings
45
Installs
1,000+
Concerns
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File size
784 kb
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About PhotoFrame for Flickr, Dropbox
PicLoop - A cloud based digital photo frame (slideshow). Transform your tablet in a photo frame streaming your pics from the cloud.

Do you have photos everywhere? Pictures you tossed on Facebook, Dropbox, Box, Instagram, Flickr, and Drive over the course of the years, and you never see? PicLoop works streaming pictures from your accounts and displaying them on your screen. It is like having your device working as digital picture frame, but with unlimited space.

Features:
- PicLoop is an application which enables users to
configure unlimited cloud accounts, plus multiple Facebook and Instagram
accounts to stream pictures stored in there.
- PicLoop is available for Android phones and tablets.
- PicLoop is able to stream unlimited photos from
Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Flickr, Box, Dropbox, and Google Drive.
- Share photos from PicLoop on Facebook, Twitter, Picasa, Instagram, G+, or using email, messaging, Skype, Bluetooth, and Drive.
- Slideshow with adjustable time intervals, and random option.
- PicLoop accepts JPG, GIF and PNG.
- PicLoop performs better with a high speed internet connection.

Recent changes:
Version 1.4 - Release Notes
--------------------------------------------
- Fastest interval is now available for your loop
- Better Flickr support
- Fixed issues with Box new API
- Now supporting HD pics for Flickr
- Added support for large screen devices

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A Google User
Mar 28, 2014
Does not recognize dropbox account.
A Google User
Feb 23, 2014
Goid Good
A Google User
Dec 24, 2013
Solid 3 What I would call bare bones. Not much in the way of configuration, no way to select folders, not even aware of the back button for exiting the app. Overall a good proof of concept app but for it to be actually useful it will need some work.
A Google User
Sep 10, 2013
Does what it says it does But its rudimentary design limits its enjoyability. Hardware buttons like "Back" and "Menu" are not supported; No "Exit" or "Stop" button; On-screen controls feel slow and unresponsive. The biggest weakness though is that you can't select particular folders to view from. I have numerous work-photos that I don't need to see in my slideshow. Thanks but I have to uninstall.
A Google User
Jun 4, 2013
Awesome app. Finally I've got my photo frame replaced.