Pixable has released a new app designed to help users easily discover and sift through friends’ photos on a variety of social media services. Photofeed aggregates users photos from services such as Facebook, Instagram and Flickr within a single app allowing users to easily explore daily photo posts, recent profile pictures and more. Photos are automatically organized into streams based on categories such as popular photos of the day, recently uploaded photos, popular photos by specific service and more. Users can also choose to follow specific friends to receive e-mail or push notifications when they upload, comment or are tagged in photos and easily share interesting photos via e-mail and Facebook or save a copy to the device’s camera roll. Photofeed by Pixable is available from the App Store as a free download for the iPhone and iPod touch. A free iPad app, Photofeed for Facebook provides similar features focused specifically on Facebook.
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