iOS smartphone owners that take a lot of photos using their iPhone might be interested in a new device called Piconizer. That has been developed to help you manage your iPhone photos and videos and even free up space on your iPhone when required.
The Piconizer project is currently over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website looking to raise $50,000 in pledges to make the jump into manufacture. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the Piconizer iOS supporting hardware and see it in action.
“Ever stumble upon a magnificent view, or experience an unforgettable moment that makes you reach for your phone to snap a photo or video, only to realize that your iPhone is out of space? This is a problem that is becoming more common as our devices become overfilled with digital memories that are too precious to be deleted. This is the reason we created Piconizer.
Piconizer is the first-ever application and corresponding iOS device that allows you to easily and securely shift your photos and videos from the camera roll onto a pocket-sized device that plugs directly into your lightning connector. The device also includes a microUSB port so you can easily download your photos and videos onto your computer. Use the app to organize and sort through photos and videos while easily making room on your iPhone for new memories. “
So if you think Piconizer is something you could benefit from, visit the Kickstarter website via the link below to make a pledge from $49 and be one of the first to own Piconizer that currently supports iPhone 5 and above Apple smartphones.
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