Streamzoo upcoming update (v2.6) is sure to please. Some long awaited features added.
For all you Streamzoo lovers out there, another outstanding update is due to hit the Google Play Store next week and boy are we happy to see these updates. One thing I love about the Streamzoo Dev Team is they are always open to ideas from the users, not to mention they interact with them frequently. With what will be version 2.6, packs a punch to the previous versions of the app.
For those few people out there who don't know what Streamzoo is, Streamzoo (commonly referred to as SZ) is a free, fun and easy way to create and share beautiful photos using included filters, borders or a combination there of for your every mood. Streamzoo is available for Android and iOS.
So lets dive right into what is in store:
First off, you will immediately recognize the new user interface. I guess the best way to describe it is they left the more rounded approach and went with a more chiseled and refined look. They've also created new icons for the "Feed" and "Activity" stream. We have seen the icons change quite a bit over the updates, but I think they hit it right on with this update.
But if you are looking for the usual "Done" botton after commenting and posting new information, that button is no more. It has now been replaced with a paper airplane icon for the "send/done" button. Good to know because I found myself searching.
The User interface has also been tweaked a bit and is much more stable and faster on photo presentations. This may vary based on your device but I noticed an immediate increase in load time.
Second, It has been awhile since we've seen any kind of update to the filter section of the app. Well filter junkies will be pleased to know (3) new filters have been added to version 2.6. Take a look below. They are, Bluist, Mellow and Viola.
Lastly, as I mention previously, the Dev Team is always engaging the users and open to suggestions on ways to improve the app and one such popular suggestion if you will was the ability to see the images you liked. This is a nice addition already seen on the web version but will now be included in the mobile app version. This is great in that you will be able to keep up with those streams that you liked over time. A great way to see how your tastes may have changed as well.
Look for the Android version in the Google Play Store early next week and in the Itunes App store the following week.