Last week we gave you guys a preview of a new app called Dayframe that was soon to hit the Google Play Store. A combination of the Daydream feature introduced in Android 4.2.2 and Facebook Home, today Dayframe has officially left beta where it is now available for free on Google Play.
There are a handful of reasons why Dayframe is one of our favorite new Android apps. Here are just a few of them:
Keeps you up to date with your favorite social networks/people/photographers
Puts your expensive Android device to work, sleeping only when you do
Honeycomb+ compatibility makes it perfect for old tablets gathering dust
Hashtag tracking makes it great for parties or events
New for its public release on Google Play, develloper Cloud.TV has taken advantage of Android 4.4′s new APIs to deliver full-screen viewing into the app. Now, when viewing a slideshow in Dayframe, your device’s nav and notification bars will hide, allowing you to take full advantage of your device’s screen real estate. It’s a helpful addition and one that helps present photos unobstructed by Android’s system bars.
Cloud.TV is still keeping mum on exact details of upcoming Dayframe Prime (paid version). Our hands-on video with the KitKat optimized Dayframe can be found below, along with download links to the Google Play Store. Enjoy.