The old adage claims "a picture is worth thousand words." But what happens when you need a thousand more? Since our memories can be fleeting, we often supplement those images to remind us of their exact context. In our newest iOS update, we've ensured that those important details don't get left behind so you can always hold on to the full story, and added a new feature to keep you up-to-date on everything Photomyne.
Scan the back of a photo
You painstakingly hand-wrote the details of each photo on the back before sliding them into place in an album or a box. Don't you deserve to save those notes along with the photos themselves? Now you can from within the Photomyne app.
Once you've scanned a photo, you'll have the option to scan the back-side of it too by either selecting the icon at the top of your screen, or from within the three-dots menu at the bottom right. Both the image and the notes will then be saved together in your album. Just look for that same icon when browsing your album to see which photos have a back-of-the-photo scan too.
Voice notes for individual photos
If you feel the details written on the back of the photo are still not enough to convey the photo's full story, it's time to be your own storyteller. You can now record and add voice memos to individual photos so every detail can't be forgotten.
To add a voice note, first select a photo and go to Edit photo details via the three-dots icon. Tap the microphone icon in the bottom left corner and your phone will start recording. You'll have one minute of recording time to say as much or as little as you'd like about the photo.
Not happy with your recording? That's okay. Just tap the trash can icon and try again. Take as many attempts as you need.
Who's in the photo? Where did it take place? Did anything notable happen that you can't see in the photo? Let your words flow and paint the perfect picture around your memories. They'll be there when you come back.
Welcome to the notification center
Introducing our new notification center, a home for our communication with you so you don't miss any news, updates, or tips.
By selecting the bell icon, you'll see a list of our recent in-app messages. A red dot on the bell indicates that you have unseen notifications. Think of it as your inbox of Photomyne updates. Not interested in seeing a message? The delete option will appear after you swipe left on the message.
Have any questions or feedback about these changes or the app itself? Drop us an email at email@example.com.
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