Fotopedia is now offering free self-branded, Retina-optimized apps, and its website header says it all: “A Retina Display Festival – 9 Free Apps, Total Visual Satisfaction.”
Fotopedia is a photo encyclopedia that has generated more than 50,000 pages and linked to over nearly 800,000 photos. Go to Fotopedia now to download the apps, which range from “Heritage” to “National Parks.”
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