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Picturelife Gives You a Truly Photographic Memory

by Hazel Chua

Pictures speak a thousand words. A couple more hundred, if they’re really good. When arranged one after the other chronologically, you could even use them to tell your life’s story. Doing so, however, will take a lot of time and patience that you may not have.

Lucky for you, you can get Picturelife to do it all for you.


Picturelife is an app that you can use to sync all your photos from various social networking platforms to your computer. The app can grab images from numerous popular sites including Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Flickr, and Dropbox. After the images are synced, organized and de-duped, you can access and browse through all your life’s shots on your desktop, browser, or on your mobile device via their iOS and Android apps.


Memories are free to make. Unfortunately, they may not be free to organize in this case, because you’ll have to purchase a storage plan in order to start using Picturelife to back up your pictures – unless your life can be summed up in less than about 1700 photos (or 5GB.)

[via Laughing Squid]

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