YoVivo is a new iOS app that allows users to easily manage their photos stored across different cloud services. For instance, you can access pictures stored on Instagram, then download them and upload them directly to Dropbox, all via one app. The app also supports the ability to create slideshows using your images from a variety of online sources, set it to music, and share it with everyone.

YoVivo supports a variety of online services, including Facebook, Flicr, Instagram, Dropbox, and more. It’s a novel idea that will certainly make it easier for users to manage their data in a world where everything is increasingly based in the cloud. One possible use case is that users won’t have to worry about storage limits as much, seeing that they can upload the max amount of content to a variety of services and access it via a central app.

YoVivo is available now on the App Store for free. Checkout a YouTube video demonstrating it below, as well as the feature list:

  • Access on the go ­ E​asily find, browse, and transfer your photos and videos between your Camera Roll and multiple clouds and social networks. YoVivo! supports Facebook, Instagram, Flickr, Picasa, DropBox, Google Drive and OneDrive.
  • Slideshow creator ­​Create polished presentations of your pictures on the fly. YoVivo! lets you edit images, apply filters, add text, emoji and set slideshows to your favorite music track. Share them with friends or openly on the YoVivo platform.
  • Sharing simplified ­ S​hare your snaps and videos across multiple networks, in one post with just a few taps.
  • Easy encryption ­ S​ecure your privacy through one­touch encryption as you upload picture and video files to clouds of choice.

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