Date: Friday, January 15th, 2010, 07:19
Category: iPhone, Software
On Thursday, Apple released its MobileMe Gallery app, an application which allows users to view photos and videos from the cloud-based service on their iPhone or iPod touch.
Per AppleInsider, the MobileMe Gallery app allows users to select an album with a tap and flick back and forth through photos, pinch to zoom, or rotate into landscape view. The software also automatically stores photos that have been viewed, so they can be accessed again even without a network connection.
Users can access publicly shared content by choosing names from contacts or entering their MobileMe member name. The application also includes a scrolling sampler at the top that gives users access to recent photos.
Users must enter their MobileMe member name and password to see their list of published movies and photos. A MobileMe subscription is required.
The application is available for free and requires iPhone OS version 3.1 or later.
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