Path, the new personal photo sharing network has updated its iPhone application simplifying sharing features and allowing users to upload photos from their photo library. Introduced last month, Path is an iPhone-based social network designed for freely sharing photos and experiences with a limited group of close friends and family members, eliminating the need for managing large friend lists and complex privacy settings by limiting each user to no more than 50 contacts. The initial release of the Path application for the iPhone only allowed users to take photos from directly within the app; this latest update now allows users to select existing photos from the device’s photo library for uploading. The new version also adds support for the fourth-generation iPod touch and improves the user interface for managing user profiles and sharing and finding friends. Path is available from the App Store as a free download.
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