It’s been a while since I posted. Since then, photup has been release to Google
Play, and after some initial slowness has slowly been gaining traction. That was
until last week, when two things happened: Facebook’s Android app updates, and I
released a dodgy update. The Facebook Android app update doesn’t really worry me
that much, it doesn’t do everything I want and I think photup feels much more
intuitive anyway. The dodgy update (v1.5.2) has a bit of a balls-up from me,
basically I enabled sAfter releasing the first beta
[http://www.senab.co.uk/2012/07/09/photup-v0-9-beta-1/] a couple of days ago,
I’ve been busy at work on the second beta.
* Much improved Facebook Session resilience.
* New Login Screen, with logout.
* New Flow to picking photos (checkmark icon at top right to select, press to
* New Upload Tab (with Swipe-to-Dismiss completed items) to see which photos
* Improved Notifications. Using Progress Bar for ICS, BigPictuIf you’ve seen my Twitter lately you’ll probably have seen that I’ve been
working on a new app called ‘photup’. The basic premise of the app is to share
your photos to Facebook, nice and simple! The easiest way to think about it is
that it’s a Android port of Facebook’s
Camera [https://www.facebook.com/mobile/camera/] app, just without the
unnecessary News Feed.
Just to be clear, this is not connected in any way with Friendcaster or
OneLouder. There is no common code between the apps (other t