in short: easy-to-use Windows solution to manage all your life in pictures.reliable
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ZZ Photo is an application that helps to organize private photo archive. The concept is based on large tag structure (text tags, face tags, geotags) which brings peace and order to your home photo library and memories.
ZZ Photo App is innovative, easy to use application that has an elegant design. We scan and import all images not only from users computer (including specific folders like Dropbox or Google Drive) but from Facebook, Instagram and Flickr. By identifying faces on photos, ZZ Photo can recognize people (as well as cats and dogs) and sort them by different categories. We identify and delete duplicates, automatically tag similar images, organize pictures in timeline mode, on world map with geotags or in collections. Smart search helps to satisfy any request: find all pictures with tag Family, made in 2013 year only, with no mother-in-law on them? Easy!
What do you see? You can see pictures in your timeline, on world map or in collections. For example in folder, social network collection (Facebook, Instagram) or your personal photo collections using tags like Family, Friends, Parties or Travel. Tags also can help you surf the archive. For example find all pictures with tag Family, made in 2013 year only, with no mother-in-law on them.
What nobody can see? Private album is secured by password and keeps all your secrets unseen.
Price $ 29.95 /
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(to see additional options, click Buy Now)Type:
Shareware File size:
Install and UninstallOS:
Win7 x32, Win7 x64System requirements:
OS: Windows 7/8/8.1, Processor: Intel® Core™ 2 Duo or AMD Phenom™, Memory: 1GB RAM, HD: 500MBLanguage:
English, Russian, UkrainianRecent changes in this Major Update:
Detecting pets Detecting documents Sorting by landscapes (mountains and winter activities, beach, forest, city) Geotagging with possibility of adding/editing the data New viewing mode System tray control panel ZZ Photo application was added Photo this day moved to system tray control panel