Burbank, CA—Ceiva Logic, inventor of connected photo frames, added features to Ceiva Snap for iOS; the app allows users to send photos from anywhere in the world with their iPhones, iPads and iPods to their community of Ceiva connected photo frames. New on Snap v2.2 for iOS is the ability to create narrated photo captions and decorative borders and to place colorful stickers on photos before snapping them off to family and friends.
Ceiva Snap apps are included as part of the PicturePlan photo delivery service that comes with each new frame, and the newer version of Snap will soon be available on Android phones.
Also announced is that Ceiva Photos, an app that allows users to show off their Ceiva pictures in a slideshow while on the go is also available for the Kindle Fire, in addition to being available on iOS and Android phones. With this app, customers can access all the photos on their Ceiva frames and in their photo albums at ceiva.com on their iOS devices and Android phones, and now on the Kindle Fire.
New iPad users of Ceiva Photos v1.2 are also getting updated graphics, and all users are now able to save photos from the app to their device.
“We are pleased to offer our members and their guests this new functionality for our Ceiva Snap and Ceiva Photos apps,” said Dean Schiller, CEO of Ceiva Logic, which was founded in 2000 by former Disney executives with a vision to bring the world together through the power of digital photography. The patented technology also includes the ability to send to Ceiva frames from photo-sharing sites like Facebook, Flickr and Shutterfly.
With the monthly PicturePlan photo delivery service, frames display an endless stream of photos sent from members and their invited guests anywhere. Members can also subscribe, at no additional charge, to any of Ceiva’s content channels, like ESPN MLB Sports Scores, Mashable and more, and send customized greeting cards. And with the PicturePlan lifetime warranty, frames are replaced or fixed for free and can connect by either Wi-Fi, Ethernet or telephone line (for those without computers). ceiva.com