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Looking to help users organize their "cherished moments into beautiful albums – effortlessly," Sony Digital Networking Applications Inc. (SDNA) recently released Million Moments to the Play Store.

Million Moments, as you may have gathered from the heartwarming promo video above, is an app that allows users to not only capture photos, but categorize, label, organize, and lay them out into fantastic-looking albums, all using an undoubtedly beautiful UI.

Blowing other photo apps to smithereens, Million Moments' interface offers a great amount of functionality in a sleek, subtle design. Attaching tags to photos is a breeze, adding captions or other information to photos couldn't be easier, and finished albums are a pleasure to look at.

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What's more, the app allows users to import photos from either local storage or Facebook albums (in addition to the option of live capture). Photos, once imported, are automatically sorted by date. Once your album is complete, Million Moments can upload the photos to Facebook as well, for snappy, easy sharing.

Overall, Million Moments is a great solution for photo organization, and with a price tag of exactly $0.00, it's definitely worth looking into. Just hit the widget below to start creating beautiful digital photo albums on the fly.

Liam Spradlin
Liam loves Android, design, user experience, and travel. He doesn't love ill-proportioned letter forms, advertisements made entirely of stock photography, and writing biographical snippets.

  • Ron Amadeo

    "Sony Digital Networking Applications Inc. (SDNA)" 

    Really Sony? Do you have to break everything off into it's own little company? Google makes a million products, but the browser isn't released by "Google Chrome Browser Networking Initiative Inc." It's just "Google." 

    You've got a well known brand, use it. Just it.

    • J Rush

      Amen brother. Amen.

    • J Rush

      Amen brother. Amen.

    • http://codytoombs.wordpress.com/ Cody Toombs

      HP is still worse

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/424VTGKW3D2SXWCXF3RZ6ZI26Q Reality Check

      'One SONY' :D

  • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

    Moving past the convoluted name of the developer, this app is like Flipboard for photo organization. And the tagging interface is to die for. Probably one of the best designed app I've seen on Android.

    • http://profiles.google.com/dschless Daniel Schless

      I do like the ease of tagging ... but only eight tag names???

  • http://www.talltechtales.com/ Mattias

    I agree, great app, looks great, love the way you assign tags. The only annoying thing at this point is that if you "import" all of your existing images, to get them separated into "albums" you have to go through them all and tag them...which is a little annoying if you have a lot of images. Unless I'm missing something on that step that is...

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

      Yeah, I found that really weird too. And what happens to new photos?

      • http://www.talltechtales.com/ Mattias

        From what I can tell...if you take the photo through the camera function in "mm", it's added to all photos...and you pick the tag. Using the native camera app doesn't do that...you'll have to import again. It needs a refresh function.

        • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

          It needs a "stop keeping your own database until asked function"

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/YQNGQCWXKD5SZYDTDKQTU4P57E Aki

      When you open a book and swipe the book upwards and import photos from the bottom menu, the photos are tagged with the tag of the book. For example, when you open the book of the red tag and import from the book menu, the newly imported photos will have a red tag.

  • ChristianAhlin

    Doesn't seem compatible with picasa storage where all my pics are. Too bad.

    • shonangreg

      There is no cloud aspect to it at all, from what I can see. I can't even edit the names of the albums I create. The app is still in somewhat rough form. It does need to connect to the cloud and be part of the cloud. It is locked to the one device taking the photos as it is now.

      • http://profiles.google.com/dschless Daniel Schless

        You can edit the name of the 'books' you create.  Open the book you wish to change.  Swipe up and then tap the third icon from the left.  From here you can change the name and the 'book time span'.  Note that by 'time span' they mean time frame (day or week) per page of the book.

        • shonangreg

          I have only one book, and it is called "ALL". I have gotten to the page you refer to in two different ways, I think, but the title is grayed out. It can't be changed.

          I also can't make any new books.

          When I first started the app, it scanned my photos, I selected the ones for the first book, and bam! No more changes.

          The lack of options or ways that I could have done something different from what was planned make me think this is a bug, perhaps affecting android 2.3.6 or the Japanese version of the Samasung Galaxy Note (SC-05D).

  • HO ME

    I like her mama !!!

  • anon

    where's the father on the promotion video? doesn't had to be there, ok, but nevertheless, i found it a bit sad for a promotion video anyway.

  • Sting

    MILF alert!

  • Al McDowall

    It's absolutely beautiful, a great way to look through your photos. The only thing I am a little disappointed by is the fact that you don't get FULL access to an individual image - you cannot force it to go full screen, or zoom in.

    But as a way of organising images and showing them to friends, I think it is wonderful. Also agree with other posters that it is beautifully designed.

    One of the best apps I've downloaded for a while.

  • Al McDowall

    It's absolutely beautiful, a great way to look through your photos. The only thing I am a little disappointed by is the fact that you don't get FULL access to an individual image - you cannot force it to go full screen, or zoom in.

    But as a way of organising images and showing them to friends, I think it is wonderful. Also agree with other posters that it is beautifully designed.

    One of the best apps I've downloaded for a while.

  • http://profiles.google.com/dschless Daniel Schless

    You can edit the name of the 'books' you create.  Open the book you wish to change.  Swipe up and then tap the third icon from the left.  From here you can change the name and the 'book time span'.  Note that by 'time span' they mean time frame (day or week) per page of the book.

  • http://twitter.com/jhanford Jason Hanford-Smith

    While the idea is good, I'm not impressed with the execution. Slow to respond. Virtually no way of limiting images selected or customising anything.

    The first few screens of images were of files from various applications, but I have 2,000+ images of mine, so trying to filter one against the other proved too daunting a task.

    More impressed with either QuickPic (the free one) or Gallery MyOwnLife.

  • shinesun2

    Great app. But 1. Doesn't sync the Facebook photos as per timeline date. 2. Looks weird after deleting or moving the photos to different folder. 3. Automatic sync of newly taken photos doesn't work. Should have in built functionality to correct the dates of pic

  • http://twitter.com/MrYuzhai *Certified_geek™

    does this pick up photo's from our goggle+ & instant uploads?