Multi-Photo App Tackles Age Old iPhone Drawback
Article by George Norman
On 20 Jan 2009
There is no denying that the iPhone is one astonishing piece of technology and the iPhone OS and the iPhone apps available for download out there are incredibly useful (or at least amusing). Still, there are some areas in which the iPhone falls short; which is a shame, considering that these areas could have been predicted by the Apple development team.

Have you ever tried to send out a message and attach multiple image files to it? There have been reports that the iPhone will automatically and inexplicably attach a photo to an outgoing message, but there haven’t been any reports about people succeeding in attaching more than one image at a time. Having to send out multiple messages just because you want to send more than one pic can prove to be a drag, and that is why the developers from Aqua Eagle LLC had to address the issue.


The app that Aqua Eagle LLC came up with is called Multi-Photo and does one basic function: it finally let’s you attach more than just one image to your messages. The app will set you back $0.99, so to my mind it is a good deal if you keep in mind that getting some Aspirin to cure your headache will set you back at least $2. Why a headache? Because you spent so much time thinking why Apple did not include this feature as default that it caused your neurons to backfire and consequently it gave you a headache.

The bottom line is this: Multi-Photo is cheap and it performs just one task. Its looks may not overwhelm you, in fact not many users go for the wood grain background, but its efficiency will more than overcome. Pictures that weigh in too much can be reduced in size or quality so as to limit how much data you sent out. Multi-Photo also works on the iPod touch.

If you would like to get Multi-Photo, a download location is available here.

Tags: Apple, iPhone, Multi-Photo
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