Version Reviewed: 1.0
Device Reviewed On: iPhone 5
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Lifetile is an easy to use solution for those of us who want to create digital photo albums to share with friends and family. Potentially, it’ll take you seconds to set things up.
A simple matter of entering details such as a name and description, before uploading your images and videos, Lifetile won’t take long to get down to work. You can include location details, as well as document, and links. Tagging content is possible too, although expect it to be a little awkward given its slow addition methods. Everyhing can then be posted publically, or shared with specific loved ones. It all feels kind of like a keepsake box of digital memories.
That idea is enhanced by Lifetile’s particularly exceptional feature - how it deals with death. No one likes to think about it but potentially your loved ones can lose a lot of important content when you die. Lifetile makes it possible to set up a digital key holder, allowing them to access your content if something happens to you, and even posting a final message on your behalf.
That’s the feature that makes Lifetile seem like more than just another photo sharing tool, and one that could prove quite useful if the worst should happen.