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September 13th, 2017

PhotoScan by Google

Photos from the past, meet scanner from the future

Aaron M. Villegas
Aaron M. Villegas- OntheSpot
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Austin Sandmeyer
Austin Sandmeyer- Thinker/Student/Rockstar
I'd recommend PhotoScan too... Will take you time but you have no worries around losing them along the way.
Ash Pearson
Ash Pearson- Product Manager @ Property4Media
Really good app. Scans well and doesn't have the flash/glare issue that other apps seems to due to an algorithm that removes it. It's clever, but takes time if you have lots and lots of photos.
3 Alternatives to PhotoScan by Google

Google Photos

Automatic backup and unlimited storage for all your photos

Have an access to your pictures from wherever you are, get in touch with people over a topic, share your captures with others, put in your interest and get a feed filled with amazing photos and ideas, based on the connections you created! All that in a simple app called Google+ Photos!

Joshua Dance
Joshua Dance- Engineer, Product, athlete, indie hacker
Seems like you are looking for something like Google Photos?
recon
recon- Python developer
I'm pretty sure Google Photos quite literally replaced Picasa. Anyways, Photos is absolutely fantastic for categorising and displaying your photos. The AI to organise and separate objects, people, and pets is scarily good (and useful).
Prakash
Prakash- Software Architect
The single app to backup all your photos and share with others. Special AI features with Assistant and ability to search within the photos.
13 Alternatives to Google Photos

Snappr Photo Analyzer

AI that tells you if your profile pic is actually any good

The Next Web
In your professional life, first impressions are vital. For many people, LinkedIn is where the majority of working relationships are born. Given that profile pictures are often the first thing a potential employer or recruiter will see, isn't it important that they're the best they can be? Enter Snappr's Photo Analyzer.
Linkedin
It only takes one tenth of a second for someone to form a first impression, but that one impression can last for months or even years. This is
AddictiveTips
LinkedIn remains the most popular social network for professionals. Despite its problems with spam, it is still the preferred way for professionals to connect. At its core, the network is meant to be your professional introduction. Potential employers can look up your work history, your skill set, and find the quickest way to get in touch with you.
2 Alternatives to Snappr Photo Analyzer

Google Photos 2.0

Free storage & automatic organization for all your memories

Glenn Berkshier
Glenn Berkshier- IT Analyst
Set it and forget it on your mobile device. I never have to worry about the photos I take. Everything goes to Google Photos, and I can clean off my phone's storage once I know there up in the cloud. This is one service that Google totally nailed for its value, ease of use and intelligence.
FerminRP
FerminRP- Growth Hacker
I know every single photo I take will be saved in the cloud for eternity :) I can search by faces, keywords, dates and access all those memories. It now supports google lense if you are on a google pixel.
Nora Conrad
Nora Conrad- Owner of NoraConrad.com
Yes! This app is genius. Everyone should have it on their phones and computers.
11 Alternatives to Google Photos 2.0

New Google Photos

Shared suggestions, libraries and photo books

Arun Sathiya
Arun Sathiya- Happiness Engineer, Automattic
I am not sure if this would answer your question, but Google Photos is my new favorite these days. Google Photos is easily the best cloud-based photo tool currently. They do not offer an option to group photos by albums on the Photos tab (main tab though). Apart from that, it's the best available photo manager with truly unlimited storage. Shame I never used… See more
Kyle Hess
Kyle Hess- Fintech Product Manager
Google Photos is, by far, the best thing in the world.
Mori
Mori- A person who loves new things.
A very creative promo video. I downloaded Google photos right after watching this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fi2MUL0hNNs
8 Alternatives to New Google Photos

Tookapic Stock Photos

85000+ Unique, authentic, crowdsourced stock photos

If you're looking for unique, authentic and sometimes imperfect stock photos - tookapic stock has all of that. Unique collection of photos from people running their 365 projects (one-photo-a-day journals). $39/mo or $99/y gives you unlimited access to more than 85.000 photos.

Véra Pasche
Véra Pasche
A very large selection of quality photos, very well ordered by themes, diversity of styles. I espacially love the extraordinary landscapes from around the world and the creativity in all sorts of themes!... it's really a fantastic community!
Grzegorz Dobrzycki
Grzegorz Dobrzycki
Great service. Photos found nowhere else.
Satoshi Tsu
Satoshi Tsu- Amateur photographer
You can use unique pictures as stock photo created from 365-Project that is one photo one day of real life!
25 Alternatives to Tookapic Stock Photos

Facebook 360 Photos

Share an immersive view of your world

The Next Web
Since inception, Facebook users have uploaded over 70 million 360 photos. And of these 70 million 360 photos, exactly zero were taken using Facebook's built-in camera. Starting today, that all changes. Users can now take 360 videos from the Facebook app itself, and upload them instantly for viewing on their Timeline, in albums, or Groups.
TechCrunch
No more frustrating zoom-in/zoom-out. Facebook finally made a modern way to view panoramas and VR photos with your phone. Its new feature "360 Photos" rolls out tomorrow on iOS, Android, web, and Gear VR, and it will democratize creation of 360 and VR content. You can see Mark Zuckerber...
22 Alternatives to Facebook 360 Photos

Affinity Photo

Professional photo editing software for Mac

Egor Komarov
Egor Komarov- Surgebook
Best app ever
Brennon Denny
Brennon Denny- Creating Things @ DennyDevHQ 💡
Affinity Photo is a great alternative, its easy to learn if you already know photoshop and can even open PSD files
Daria Zwierz
Daria Zwierz- Online Community Enthusiast
You can try Affinity Photo. Still, Lightroom is my favorite tool when it comes to photo editing.
5 Alternatives to Affinity Photo

Waddle Photos

Meaningful stories about your children.

Waddle Photos is a tool that allows you to turn photos and videos of your children into meaningful stories. Share completely privately throughout the day.

Kirill Zubovsky
I turned 30 yesterday, and on some abstract scale of life it's supposed to be a BIG number, I am told. To me, what matters isn't the absolute number, but the value which can be packed into the days remaining. If I am doing good by me and
5 Alternatives to Waddle Photos

Level Photos

Custom frame your best photos in less than five minutes

Select a picture from your phone or computer, and customize online a beautiful, high-quality picture frame. Or select multiple pics for a collage. Level will print your photos on fine art paper, handcraft the frame to fit, and ship to you within a week. Perfect for displaying on your own wall or sending as a gift. Each frame arrives ready to hang.

3 Alternatives to Level Photos
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