The photo discover app Shoto which allows users to find and share photos and videos, recently announced the availability of the former on iOS 10 and iMessage. The app leverages Apple’s messages framework to make all the users’ Shoto discovered photos, albums and trips instantly available to share.
How it works?
While in an iMessage conversation, select the Shoto iMessage extension and share photos with a simple tap. Users can either select a single photo or video or choose from an entire album or trip – each of which are labelled and organized by Shoto’s intelligent matching.
Shoto is the first app that can inform users which friends have relevant photos and videos even if those friends don’t currently use the Shoto app. Using artificial intelligence and passive data to understand which albums have relevant photos accessible from friends, Shoto groups and highlights relevant images from shared moments to ensure your albums contain the full experience from all potential sources.
“The intelligent discovery of your important photos is best combined with the most powerful sharing tools available, and Apple’s Messages framework was at the top of our list.” said Dan Flanegan, VP of Product for Shoto. “There is nothing more powerful than knowing all those Shoto discovered moments are right there, ready to make your conversations as compelling and engaging as ever!”...