Dayframe from Cloud.TV was just released as a beta app last week, and today it has hit version 1.0. This is an app that turns your Android device into a digital photo frame with a ton of options. The new update also includes something that will make upcoming KitKat-powered tablets much better as photo frames – immersive mode.

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This app pulls in images from online services like 500px, Instagram, and Flickr, but also grabs your photos from local storage and online social accounts. You can configure how you want the photos shown, navigate back and forth in the stream, share, and launch apps right from the slideshow. Dayframe now includes support for immersive mode on Android 4.4. In case you missed it, this is a feature that hides the status bar and navigation bar completely. It makes perfect sense for a photo frame to use it, but KitKat devices are currently in short supply.

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There will eventually be a Pro version of Dayframe with more options, but the free one seems more than competent right now. It works best with a stand, but you can install it on any Android device.