The smart photo management app on iOS, Cluster has just been updated to version 1.3. This latest release brings few new features that can delight dedicated Cluster users.
In a nutshell, the app was launched on iOS last February and offers the best way to assemble, organize and share pictures with your buddies. The app automatically sorts your pictures based on the timing and location, and organizes them to special albums named ‘clusters’. It also allows users to create clusters manually. In any of the way, you can invite your dear ones to add and comment on clusters.
As aforementioned, the app has got a significant update, and according to the company, this is its biggest revamp yet. Mainly, the update brings an enhanced iOS 7-inspired interface, which was released last August.
Firstly, the app brings a new feed layout for clusters. This allows users to view their pictures in an interactive photo stream or an upgraded grid layout.
Now, it’s a breeze to like a photo; just double-tap an image to like, regardless the type of layout. Moreover, the update includes a modernized ‘Activity’ section, which notifies you about recent activity on images in a clear list.
There’s also a new sort option called ‘Oldest Time Taken’ alongside existing options. You can now sort your stuff by oldest time taken that helps you find your desired cluster easily based on the time taken.
In addition, the update brings several minor optimizations, speed enhancements, and other upgrades.
iOS users can download the updated version of Cluster app from the following link. The app is compatible with all iDevices powered by iOS 6.0 or above firmware.
Cluster download link for iOS (free)