It's ok but: 1. You can't rotate photos. 2. When you hard delete or share a photo the slide show needs to be re-started.
I am paying for this app because I think it has great potential, but there's still a way to go. Simple, no-frills photo slideshow - I love that. Transition time can be set to hours, which is fantastic, haven't found any others that let you do that. Interface is a tad clunky, taps don't always work. But best of all, it hasn't been crammed full of bells and whistles, so it's lightweight and low-power. Turns my old Samsung tablet into a great digital photo frame.
Love this app..have it running on 2 old Android tablets streaming photos from a WD MyCloud and my family are memorized with all the memories! Love that it displays the photo taken date also to remind you of just how old you are getting!! Question to the developer: Any chance of an IOS version of this? (Yes i realise this is an Android app store but it doesnt hurt to ask!) I have an old iPad that is crying out to be added to the party but there are no IOS apps that come close to this! Thanks for the app!
No support for multiple folders :-( This might be worked around if you could have it cycle through all "recent" slideshows (1 folder each), but that's also not supported :-( The interface is confusing - there are checkmarks next to all my folders, but they apparently have no impact on what's displayed when you hit start. I can't find any way to stop the current slideshow and start a different/new one, besides restarting the app (which doesn't even work if you set it to auto-start the most recent, which you then have to disable, create a new slideshow, and then re-enable). I also wish you could exclude subfolders matching certain patterns (ie *.pano/ for source images that have been stitched into one).
Best slideshow app I've found so far that display pictures from a network drive, and it mostly works. It lets you navigate to an SMB share and start a slideshow. But it's buggy as hell, images flicker, transition on top of each other, appear and disappear instantly, ignoring the transition settings. The Developer seems to have abandoned the app. The settings screen is a joke, sometimes 3 or 4 duplicates of the same options within the same screen. So far it's the only slideshow that allows random smb photos in a slideshow so it gets a generous 3/5, but honestly if I find anything even slightly reliable I'll switch apps. Settings the app as default daydream crashes. Trying to set the app to auto launch with the same configuration (i.e launch a slideshow displaying all photos in a set folder) is impossible. Developer, please start updating this app with bugfixes.
just what i needed was looking for a pic frame fetching pics from the SMB server. i can live with a UI not that intuitive, Ads are non-intrusive, nevertheless bought ad-free version
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