Amazon Photos gets a new look, memories feature, and more
What you need to know
- Amazon Photos for iOS has a new look.
- Additions include a memories feature and more.
Amazon Photos for iOS has a new update that brings with it a new look and a raft of new features that include a big new memories offering, making it easier to see photos from the past, right when you need them most.
Announced via a blog post, the new update is also now available in the App Store for those who already have it installed. Everyone who doesn't can go install it afresh now.
With the new app isntalled people will first notice a simplified home screen, making the app easier to navigate overall.
Amazon has also added a new memories implementation that delivers slide shows and more using old photos from your collection.
All of that and more is detailed in the announcement post and the update makes Amazon Photos better than ever. Is it the best iPhone app for storing photos? I'm not so sure about that, but it's getting better and that's great news for everyone. Competition makes iCloud Photos better in the long run, after all!
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