DS photo apk

DS photo apk

Updated On
May 03, 2019
App Version
3.12.4
 
Updated On
May 03, 2019
App Version
3.12.4
 

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App Info
App Download Version3.12.4
Last UpdatedMay 03, 2019
Apk SizeVaries with device
App bySynology Inc.
CategoryFree Video Players & Editors App
Content RatingEveryone
Support Android VersionAndroid 19 and above
App Packagecom.synology.dsphotocom.synology...
Get it onGoogle Play
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About this app

DS photo apk content rating is Everyone and can be downloaded and installed on android devices supporting 19 api and above.

**You must own a Synology NAS to run this app, and have upgraded to Photo Station 6.6.0 on your Synology NAS to get the complete set of features**

DS photo allows you to browse through the photo collection on your Synology NAS server on the go, as well as interact with friends using the comments in real time. Organizing your photos is easy: with traditional albums, using tags to create virtual albums or with a simple tap with the timeline mode! Better yet, download albums to the Android device to view them even when no network connection is available, and use the Photo Backup to effortlessly upload your photos taken with your Android device onto your own personal cloud.

Find all detailed features about the app on our website:
www.synology.com > DSM 6.0 > Mobile Apps > Software Specs
https://www.synology.com/zh-tw/dsm/6.0/software_spec#DSphoto

Whats New

  • 1. Supports user interface in Thai language
  • 2. Minor bug fixes
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3.12.4May 3, 2019
3.12.4April 29, 2019
3.12.4April 23, 2019
3.12.3April 16, 2019
3.12.3Sept. 6, 2018
3.12.2July 17, 2018
3.12.1July 3, 2018
3.12.1June 4, 2018
3.12.0May 23, 2018
3.11.6Nov. 22, 2017
3.11.6Nov. 21, 2017
3.11.6Oct. 17, 2017
3.11.5Aug. 28, 2017
3.11.4June 21, 2017
3.11.3March 27, 2017
3.11.2Feb. 20, 2017
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3.11.1Nov. 2, 2016