outmywindow™ is the a photo sharing app to hit the market thanks to WarnerBrothers. The new app is a great way to take, keep, and share photos all in one place. The best part is you pick and choose who you want to see your photos.
I am constantly snapping photos of something or another and some of those are meant for public seeing while others might just be for family and close friends. The problem with many other apps is it is a bit difficult to specify who you want to see the photos, not so with outmywindow™. With outmywindow™ you add who you want to your friends list and you can make it where all of them see your photos. After you have added to your friends list you can create groups like family, girls night out crew, business associates and share only the photos you want with a particular group.
By connecting it with your facebook you can upload photos right from facebook and share with those who may not have a facebook but still want to keep up with the happenings. You can also upload from your library or right from your computer. Yes, not only is it an app but you can also get to outmywindow™ online, which is great for people like me who take photos with a multitude of cameras. I can put them all in one place and access them anywhere as long as I have my phone with the app or a computer. Thanks to the 5GB of free storage there are going to be many memories to hold onto and share with those I want.
outmywindow™ gives you the liberty of sharing online with the ability to keep it a little more private. See a little bit more about how to use outmywindow™:
Have you tried outmywindow™ yet? What groups will you or have you created?
**I have been hired by Warner Bros WBWord division to raise awareness for ‘outmywindow™. All opinions are my own!
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