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Download of the Day: PhotoSocial, a Photo Organizing App

Now that our smartphones have (almost) officially replaced our digital cameras, there's a whole lot of pictures that need to be organized. This is where PhotoSocial ($2) comes in handy; the new app easily allows you to view, organize, and share your photos.

PhotoSocial has successfully put a stop to the endless finger scroll. With the hundreds, if not thousands, of photos stored in your phone, it can be hard to find that exact picture you're dying to share at a moment's notice. Using its stream-view to sort your photos, albums can be organized by day and event, making it simple to navigate your photo library. You can then send entire albums instantly with a web link — ditching those (confusing) photo streams for good. And because your private link requires no log-in, download, or hassle, relatives will be thrilled by its simplicity, and your friends won't have to wait in anticipation to be "tagged." It's almost like PhotoSocial read our minds . . .

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