This post was written by the Experimental Mommy and brought to you by Kwilt and The Motherhood. All opinions remain 100% mine.
As a Mom, I can never be far away from a camera. Add to that the fact that I am a blogger and pictures become my lifeline. I have precious memories stored on Facebook, Instagram, my iPhone and my iPad but connecting them to create an entire storyline can be cumbersome and time consuming. But, I was recently introduced to the new app, Kwilt which has been a great tool for stitching together photos from different places to give family, friends and even my sponsors a look at the whole picture.
Kwilt is an app focused on ensuring that photo aggregation is a pain-free, cross-platform and beautiful experience. This mobile application dynamically accesses photos streams from any platform onto one seamless, elegant destination and displays them in a unique mosaic design called a Kwilt.
I easily downloaded the app to my iPhone, created a free account and connected my Facebook, Instagram, Google +, Flickr and Dropbox accounts. Instantly,my photos from all connected platforms appeared in one photostream organized by date. I decided to make a collage of photos taken at a recent family day at the WWII Air Show in New Orleans to share with family and friends. By touching and holding pictures you want included in the collage, the photos are selected and can be “stitched” together into a seamless Kwilt easily shareable or even beamed onto TV using Airplay, Chromecast, Roku, LG and Panasonic.
Not happy with the arrangement? Shuffle the photos for a whole new look! Kwilt also has some great features to make you look like a pro including 16 state of the art photo editing tools with fun stickers (which my daughters love). And no worries about taking up space on your mobile device, Kwilt streams your pictures live, dynamically in real time without taking up your precious storage space.