Source Hacker News article When you need to store a photo album in your device’s gallery, there’s no better way than snapfish.
But, it’s also one of the least-understood mobile photo apps.
Luckily, its developers have released a new version that’s compatible with both iOS and Android.
You can now browse and share photos from any Android or iOS device with the snapfish app, with a few caveats.
First, it doesn’t work on any device that has no support for a camera app, like the Samsung Galaxy S3 or HTC One M9.
That’s unfortunate, but the developers say the issue is related to “camera app compatibility.”
“This is due to a limitation of Android camera API and is not related to the Camera app, however, it is related specifically to camera app compatibility on Android.”
In other words, the only way to access photos in the snapdragon app is through a third-party app.
It also doesn’t support photos from third-parties like Instagram, Flickr, or other social media apps.
There’s also no support on any other device besides the snapfire camera, which is limited to Android and iOS.
The developer also says it will update the app “soon” to support more devices.
It’s currently available for both iOS, Android, and the Samsung Note 4.