Nero is previewing the new iOS app for its NeroKwik mobile photo sharing service at CES in Las Vegas this week.
The latest version of the app now also connects photos stored on Dropbox and Facebook.
NeroKwik is a simple way to see, share and get feedback on all your photos, wherever they are. The free NeroKwik Android app is available now on Google Play and the Amazon App Store. The iOS version will be released in January 2013.
NeroKwik connects all the photos users have spread across their mobile devices, PCs, and online social networks. Rather than upload, sync or move photos to a centralised cloud storage, NeroKwik simply connects mobile devices and services through the cloud.
The app is visual and touch-based. The NeroKwik Tapestry shows photos in a timeline, with the most important ones larger. This helps users quickly sift through potentially thousands of photos and find the ones they want without getting overwhelmed.
NeroKwik automatically builds a Tapestry by ranking the social interaction of shared photos. Tapestries can be emailed, texted or posted to Facebook. Unlike static photo albums, Tapestries can continually evolve based on feedback and interaction from others. For example, when someone likes a photo in a shared Tapestry, NeroKwik increases the size of this photo relative to the others around it.