Worcester, MA—Software development company SpaceInch released Lost Photos. The company's third app, Lost Photos (lostphotosapp.com) is a Mac and Windows application that finds every image you’ve ever sent or received and stored in your e-mail account.
“As the years pass, our e-mail accounts become treasure troves of moments and memories,” explained Josh Segall, company spokesperson. “The photos we e-mail with family and friends are often the most important to us, but they get buried deep in years of random messages. Lost Photos finds them all and makes it easy to share and archive them.”
After Lost Photos locates all the photos that have been sent or received and stored in an e-mail account, the photos are downloaded to a computer, where they can be viewed and share to Facebook, Twitter, etc., or e-mailed.
“Even in the digital world you can lose stuff,” added Andy Ross, lead developer of Lost Photos. “You used to lose stuff in your attic or your parents’ closet. Now you lose it in your e-mail archives.”
Key features of the Lost Photos app, which boasts an intuitive interface, include the ability to search Gmail, Yahoo, AOL, .Mac, MobileMe and Google Apps accounts for photos; browse photos as they are discovered; and quickly share photos via social networks or e-mail.
The app is available in the Mac App Store and is also downloadable for Windows at lostphotosapp.com