Using Dayframe to turn an Android tablet into a digital photo frame may not sound like the most affordable option out there, but at this point in time, more than a few of us have a couple old Honeycomb-era Android tablets lying around that aren't good for too much else. Following the introduction of Chromecast support in version 2.0 last month, it's pretty simple to turn your TV into one as well. Now the latest update is making such streaming available out of the box. There are no time limits, ads, or restrictions of any kind on the Chromecast slideshow.


This isn't all that's new in version 2.3. Here's the changelog.

What's new:

  • Users can now add multiple Facebook friends at a time
  • Better support for wireless chargers (i.e. the Tylt)
  • Now faster and easier to create playlists (as part of Prime)
  • Slideshow got a lighter makeover
  • And of course: bug fixes

Free users will still see a pop-up nudging them to upgrade to Dayframe Prime. This normally happens via a $2.99 in-app purchase, but for the next few days, you can do so for 99 cents instead.

Dayframe (Photos & Slideshow)
Dayframe (Photos & Slideshow)
Price: Free+