Dutch start-up collects 250,000 euros for photo album app




The Dutch start-up Bundle for his eponymous gallery app 250,000 collected seed. The application would organize photos based on proprietary algorithms and so make clear bundles.

The app should be able to find all the photos on a smartphone, select and then organize them into albums. Bundle claims to use a combination of metadata and proprietary algorithms. It can be done according to the developers include a suggestion based on time, location, sharpness of the image or face of a person. The algorithm learns to recognize the preferences of a person, such as that used for a long time, the app. Bundle must be efficient and also group duplicate photos.

The app can save the photo statements in several ways. There is a cloud storage feature, but the user can also choose to save the photos to a Dropbox account. There may also be chosen in order to share or to make friends with bundles together bundles.

The private beta of Bundle for iPhone Wednesday issued, so writes the Dutch start-up. The founders want with the money that is collected to improve their own algorithms. They want to develop Android and desktop versions, and create the possibility of linking Bundle to other cloud storage services like Google Drive and iCloud.


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