Ten friends gaze at the sunset. Ten friends take photos of that sunset. Ten friends switch places and scramble to take different angles of that sunset. This prehistoric behavior has now been thankfully addressed by Shoto, an app that allows photo sharing so that everyone in the group gets to see and copy everyone else’s photos. Shoto comes with features unique in today’s euphoric sharing in social media networks. It guarantees privacy – only the people a user selects will get to see the photos. The user can also “unselect” any contact at anytime. Photos may as well be in a safety box until a user decides what to show and with whom. It is an intelligent app that puts details together to come up with a private photo album. It also has the amazing feature of seeing how many photos a friend may have taken that the user has not seen and allows that user to request for them with one click.