Review: FavoShots is a slick, easy-to-use photo organization tool for your iPhone

Create folders, password protect images, and manage your libraries with style.

FavoShots combines the many disparate elements of photo organization apps on the App Store into a single streamlined, easy-to-use interface that every iPhone user can benefit from. This free app will help you create new folders and subfolders to organize your photographs while jamming a number of useful features into a screen that looks and handles smoothly at all times.

The app starts with a multislide tutorial, walking you through how to use the app. There are a lot of slides and it might feel overwhelming because almost any gesture you can think of will perform an action in the app. However, the app really is that intuitive to use -- with swipes being effective and making sense in terms of what they do. There are hidden menus, settings to turn on or off hidden folders, and you can even set passwords to protect some of your photos on a case-by-case basis. Combined with easy movement of the tiles, numerous organizational options, and lightning fast load times, even when accessing your photo library, FavoShots is a great example of how to augment the tools already in iOS.

FavoShots is free and there are no ads or upgrade options. Combined with Dropbox integration to save and back up your photos to the cloud, this app becomes a complete replacement for whatever organization tools you are currently using. While it does not look or feel like iOS 7, necessarily, it does move quickly and has the sense of style that you get from some of the better apps on the App Store.

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