The goal is to propose an alternative to current social media trends which support more widespread visibility; on PicLife, you can customize your audience in each album, and in turn, each album allows each invited person to contribute their own photos or memories.
LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) March 12, 2020
PicLife, the premier private photo-sharing app for friends and family, has debuted. This is the first anti-social media app for people who want to share their real-life with their real friends and family, keeping all control in the user's hand.
Garnering inspiration from the well-known app WhatsApp, PicLife helps people connect and share with only who they want. Photos will not be visible or shared with anyone outside of an invited circle. Unlike other photo-sharing technologies, PicLife will never use bots to crawl data or sponge personal information.
To download the PicLife app free of charge, click here.
“We believe in privacy and the ability to share photos and engage with those nearest and dearest in a genuine and authentic way,” said PicLife CEO Paul Montfort. “The goal is to propose an alternative to current social media trends which support more widespread visibility; on PicLife, you can customize your audience in each album, and in turn, each album allows each invited person to contribute their own photos or memories. Finally, and most critically, PicLife allows users to own their data, as well as a right to privacy. And that is exactly how it should be.”
How does it work? Start by downloading the PicLife app, create private albums, invite friends and family, share pictures together and have fun. With a simple and intuitive interactive interface, easily craft unique albums for all that you love.
Coming back from a great ski trip with your friends? Going to the wedding of your best friend? Did you just have a baby and want to share your favorite pics with a group of your closest family members and friends? Are you the best dog parent in the world? PicLife is for you and your precious memories.
Stay tuned, as you will soon be able to print your favorite pics directly from the app.
For more information, visit PicLifeApp.com. To review the app, and/or speak with the creator/founder, Paul Montfort, email Team@PicLifeApp.com.