Startup Everpix has just launched a new service that automatically organizes and combines all your photo libraries into one interface. It does not matter whether these are stored on the desktop or in the cloud.
How does this work?
Everpix runs as a utility on your computer fetching the photos from online services and local galleries. You can control the photos that are picked up by configuring the folders that should be monitored and also which online services should be used. If you have a gmail integration then everpix also picks up the photos it finds in your emails and organizes those along with the other photographs. After the one-time installation and configuration, there’s nothing else you have to do. You can continue to work with your photos as you would normally, saving them to your same folders, uploading the ones you want to share to the services (facebook, flickr) you prefer, etc. Once the photos are imported, Everpix uses a feature called “assistive curating” to create album groupings called “Moments.” These are built for you automatically so you do not require creating or organizing an album.
By default, all photos on Everpix’s Web interface are private, but you can make a collection public with just one click, or you can simply click which photos in a collection you want to share.
The service can also detect bad photos, like those that are blurry, out of focus, or under or overexposed. These photos are automatically hidden from view, but you can choose to unhide them
It also supports traditional desktop software programs, like Adobe Lightroom, Aperture and iPhoto as well as online services like Facebook, Flickr, Picasa and Instagram. It will soon be able to automatically upload photos from all your mobile devices, too. And it even supports integration with gmail. Everprix also includes a social component which allows you to connect with other users. This allows you to see photographs of other friends and family without uploading the photos.
Currently this is available as an option on Mac and iOS and with support for online services limited to Facebook and GMail only. Windows and Android versions should follow as well as the option to upload through the mobile.
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