Twitter Album

Twitter Album

By Alex Shapovalov

Application Description

TwitterAlbum is an application that aims to simplify the process of collecting photos posted on twitter into an album. Twitter allows users to quickly post a photo from a mobile device and go on about their day. On the other hand, facebook allows people to share albums with all of their friends, even those who aren’t on twitter. TwitterAlbum is the bridge between the two services. TwitterAlbum allows the user to compile photos that they have posted on Twitter during a certain timeframe. The pictures your twitter friends have posted can also be added into the album. TwitterAlbum provides a thumb preview of each picture in the album. Each photo can also be displayed separately for larger viewing. TwitterAlbum allows for removal of unwanted photos from the album as well as editing of photo captions. Once the album is compiled the the user can choose which service it should be uploaded to (Currently only Facebook upload is implemented).

Apple Frameworks Used

  • Core Graphics
  • QuartzCore
  • libxml2.dylib

Third Party Libraries Used

Screenshots

Home Screen

Home Screen

View your friends and select whose photos you would like to include in the album.

View your friends and select whose photos you would like to include in the album.

View a single photo.

View a single photo.

View a single photo in Landscape

View a single photo in Landscape

View all the photos in the album as thumbnails and upload when you are ready

View all the photos in the album as thumbnails and upload when you are ready

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