San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) August 20, 2013
aquoria is a new mobile app that offers a "slow photo experience" on Facebook. The app creators hope that it will encourage users to upload photos that are lying dormant on hard drives and relive their memories by sharing the photos within a private group.
With aquoria, users can create a private album and invite their friends from a shared event to upload photos using their own phones, computers, or Facebook accounts. Any photo updates, “Likes” or “Comments” will show up on the News Feeds of invited friends only. aquoria creators see it as an easier alternative to navigating Facebook’s ever-changing privacy settings.
As a completely web-based mobile app, aquoria eliminates the need to download and constantly update applications. Users can simply open the browser on their phone and they are immediately in the app.
“Social networks have led people’s relationships themselves to become a type of media. Our vision is to provide a “slow photo experience” appropriate to this new form of media, in hopes that it will deepen these relationships. Mobile-first is the big challenge for those of us who’ve jumped in front of the trend,” says aquoria Producer Kyosuke Kawate. “aquoria streamlines the photo-sharing process, allowing you to focus on what matters most – creating and reliving life's photographable moments.”
For more information on aquoria, please visit http://www.aquoria.com/.