Nero continues its collective approach to multimedia with a newly refreshed approach to photo sharing. NeroKwik (not to be confused with Kwik Media from Nero 12) is Nero's latest solution to the ever-increasing challenge and fragmentary nature of keeping and sharing photos.
The NeroKwik app for Android ties your photos from sources like tablets, PCs, and social-networking services together to create a unified album. That means users can now access their photos all in one spot and eliminate the need to juggle multiple services and devices to view albums.
Rather than just spitting out photos indiscriminately, NeroKwik displays your photo gallery in a grid style called Tapestry. Tapestry taps into your photos and organizes them by popularity and social ranking, based on how you and your friends rate and comment on each photo.
Though Tapestry may first showcase your photo feed chronologically, it'll gradually evolve and try to identify the photos it thinks you care about most and highlight more prominent photos based on feedback.
You can also select groups of photos to distribute among more private networks of friends and contacts via Facebook or e-mail. Nero says there are plans to expand to other social-networking and cloud services in the near future.
Currently, NeroKwik is available for Android devices running version 4.0/ ICS or higher with plans for release on iOS and Windows RT devices by early 2013. Come check it out here.