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Presto Frame

Presto Frame

 

Description

Presto Frame is a digital picture frame that displays photos from your Flickr, Photobucket, and other photo hosting sites via the RSS feeds created from those sites.

Presto Frame has both manual and slideshow modes. In manual mode, Presto Frame shows the most recent image from the RSS feed. In slideshow mode, the images beautifully fade in, and are shown based on the duration shown in the settings (default is 20 seconds per image).

The application pulls images from the RSS feed specified in the iPad "Settings" area. It comes defaulted to the Flickr feed of noted San Francisco photographer Chuck Revell, and you can specify your own feed. Any RSS feed that creates "media:content" tags will work; check with your photo hosting provider to see if their feed meets this requirement.

Presto Frame must be connected to the Internet in order to access images from the RSS feed.

Instructions

Tap to see photo details in a popup.

Slide to advance to next photo.

Go to the iPad "Settings" area and choose "Presto Frame" to adjust application settings.

Example photo images (c) 2010 Chuck Revell, used with permission.

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Presto Frame iPad Screenshot 1

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Rated 3/5 based on 3 customer reviews.

 

4/5 stars

Works well.

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Was really easy to setup and get working with my own flickr stream. Recommended for sure.

2/5 stars

Potential.

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First, only one RSS feed can work at a time. You cannot have multiple RSS feeds going at once.

Second, as a photo is loading, it says "loading"... I'd like to be able to turn this off.

Future asks? Additional RSS, choice of transitions, more instructions. Perhaps it can be auto-loaded with an RSS stream that is photos/slides with instructions and tips.

3/5 stars

Please remove Loading... between every image

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Please remove Loading... between every image.

Also have the count start after the image finishes loading, rather than after the last image ends. Sometimes a photo disappears right after it loads.

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