TwoZero was created to help make sense of the thousands of photos that get collected in our phones. Album creation and management takes work and that’s why it doesn’t consistently happen.
Smart albums are limited.
Search by location is limited.
Conventional album creation captures data once. More photos requires more sorting.
TwoZero focuses on the places we go and aims to organize the photos taken there.
A work site you regularly visit
A vacation spot you go to over and over
A lecture hall for your class note photos
An always updated "Home" album
TwoZero has two primary core functions:
1/Classification of photos into albums based on user defined geo-location criteria
This classification works for photos that have been past generated by the user as well as future content that meets the defined geo-location criteria. A simple swipe right updates the album. Photos and albums all remain in their original device location.
2/Syncing of photo data to outside storage platforms
Once the user has created a “location album”, they can then (optionally) sync the album and its contents to an outside storage platform. Once synced, the user then has the option to swipe left and either delete all of the device stored photos (knowing that the content is stored elsewhere) or can just maintain the album as a synced relationship to the outside service.
For team collaboration, create a shared folder and you can now have other TwoZero users populate photos to the same backup destination.
Currently, TwoZero functionally integrates with Google Drive and Dropbox.
For TwoZero to function fully as intended, three base conditions need to be satisfied:
The more location tagged photos a user has, the better TwoZero works.
WHAT IT ISN'T
TwoZero is not a photo viewer, an album viewer, or an editor.
Once your location album is created and saved in TwoZero, it automatically creates an album in your native photos app for viewing, editing, sharing, etc.
Take more photos and swipe right to sync. Both albums are automatically updated.
TwoZero doesn’t use or store ANY user data. The application searches for unique file identifiers that meet the user defined criteria. It then establishes a link to that file in the newly created destination album. The original file remains in its original location.
TwoZero does not require user login and password information. If the user wishes to access outside applications linked in TwoZero, they would need to access those services with the login credentials associated with that service. TwoZero facilitates this access but does not store ANY data provided by the user.
The development of TwoZero required the contributions of many. A very special thanks to the following: