Nokia Photo Browser
Move around your photos in a really intuitive way
Nokia Photo Browser Review
by on June 27, 2010
Nokia Photo Browser is an experimental photo browser that makes viewing your photos quick and fun.
It’s an experimental app from Nokia’s Beta Labs, so isn’t finished software. However previous Nokia Labs efforts have made it to a full release, so there’s no reason to think that Nokia Photo Browser won’t go the same way.
However, since it is beta software, don’t be surprised if it doesn’t quite function completely as you’d expect from time to time. It’s a clever concept, though.
Once the app is loaded, it will resemble a whole bunch of blank rectangles. These will soon start to populate with your photos, though, and you’ll soon be able to start scrolling through.
What’s great is that you can scroll it in any direction, whether left or right, up or down and really move through your digital photos as though they were stuck to a wall.
It would be really great for browsing through images of a recent event or wedding – or perhaps a whole bunch of photos you need to pick the best one from.
You can double tap to zoom in on an image and swipe to move around. We’d like to see sharing integrated, but a very nice app, when all’s said and done.
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