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Dayframe Prime - Everything you need to know
The first thing you’ll likely notice is the ability to create a playlist with as many photostreams as you want. This includes Facebook family photos, Instagram pictures, single-streams, and more. It adds to the depth of the app and lets you customize your photostreams more accordingly.
The next thing we’ll talk about are the various new timers you can add. You can set a more advanced timer that will start specific playlists at specific times so if you have a playlist you like at work and one you like at home, you can set timers accordingly.
Our favorite feature of Dayframe Prime is the automatic addition of weather. Along with things like the photo’s data and the time, it’ll also pop a small weather overlay on there. In my short time testing the app, I found this genuinely useful and it really helps add to the overall experience.
There are also more features coming, the most important of which is device sync. In a future update coming soon, you’ll be able to sync playlists and accounts across devices so you only ever have to set it up once.
The app is $4.99 regularly but cloud.tv has lowered the price to $2.99 until the device sync is fixed. If you’re a current Dayframe user,
Right now, cloud.tv is tossing a Christmas sale. You can pick up Dayframe Prime for $0.99 and their venerable HD Widgets for $0.99. Merry Christmas!