‘Million Moments’ is the latest free photo viewer app for smartphones from Sony Digital Network Applications (SDNA), enabling users to organize their cherished smartphone photos in a magazine-like format with a variety of layouts. The upgrade, available through the App Store and Google Play enables a changeable book cover photo, photo rotation, and chosen order of display from 'Oldest first' or 'Newest first.'
Users can also add 'labels' to specific photos to build albums with just these 'labeled' photos, creating millions of moments worth keeping. Supported languages include English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese (Traditional), Korean and Japanese.
Over at LG, meanwhile, the brand's mission is to show the best things in life are even better in 3D. LG 3D Studio plays with the possibilities, and 3D Newsfeed, their first app, puts your Facebook wall in 3D, as you can see below:
LG worked with Perfect Fools to create this first in a series and is “actively encouraging feedback and ideas for future experiments via the app and their Facebook page.”
"We chose Facebook for the first experiment to make a statement with something universal, loved and fun,” said Michael Aneto, head of strategic planning at Perfect Fools. "The point of the experiments is to stimulate conversation and imagination so eventually when the target audience think of 3D, they think LG."
Perfect Fools experimented with every element of Facebook’s regular newsfeed, display, navigation, depth, movement, colors, liking and on-screen content to create it. The app can be viewed on a 2D screen but is best-watched on an LG Cinema 3D TV screen.
Just two more examples of brands expanding their relevance to socially and digitally savvy consumers through free apps to bring their social worlds to life.