We're very happy to introduce Dayframe 2.0, featuring our new interactive Chromecast photo slideshow.
We wanted to make something you could touch and feel. so it's not just play and sit back - it's interactive! You can control what's playing on Chromecast by swiping forwards and backwards, zoom to fit or fill, pause, shuffle, and even like photos.
We're very excited to announce the release of our new app: Dayframe turns your Android device into a powerful photo frame that works with your favorite photo sharing services to provide an ongoing slideshow of friends, family, and interests.
We briefly covered the new features in Dayframe on our site, so in this post I'll try to go a little deeper.
We've been a little quiet on the blog. This is why. We're getting close to a formal release for Dayframe. The new app has been greatly simplified with a massive focus on the "set it and forget it" slideshow.
The preview version of the app has been removed from the Play Store now. The real app will be a separate and new apk. Should have something for everyone very soon.
It may not be obvious, but Dayframe has the potential to be the one of the most used app of all time. The whole purpose of Dayframe is to be an easy to use, always up and running, tabletop, touch-based, voice-based, reference kiosk with a nice slideshow to boot.