Loom, the simple photo and video storage and management app, has just received its first major update, over four months after its release on iOS.
The first major update to Loom is decidedly focused on improving the app’s timeline, as it introduces the following features and enhancements:
Image de-duplication. Now the timeline will only show unique photos once, hiding your duplicates
Entering Select mode within the Timeline will reveal each photo from each album, for easier album editing and management
Quick preview (tapping-and-holding an image during select mode) within the Timeline will show which album the photo is in
Swipe-to-select from your Timeline. Easily select multiple photos by swiping across your Timeline
Private albums. Hide private or personal albums from your Timeline by tapping on an album title and editing the albums settings. Inbox albums (sent to you by others) are hidden from your Timeline by default
Updated user interface for full screen view
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You can check out some of these new features in action in the video above.
Loom is free to use for up to 5GB only. But it offers a couple of annual plans via in-app purchase for upgrading storage space: an additional 50GB for $39.99 per year or an additional 250GB for $99.99 per year.