* #1 Camera Roll Manager is NOW FREE
* Fastest and easiest way to delete camera roll photos
* Named "Best New App" in Apple store and #1 on Product Hunt
* Featured in TechCrunch, BBC, Time, Washington Post, Fast Company, The Verge, The Next Web, Gizmodo + 100 other publications/tv outlets
Clean up valuable storage memory on your phone by easily deleting pictures from your camera roll with ease. Just swipe left to delete, right to keep. Easy swipe deletion is 5x faster than deleting from camera roll and more fun!
Flic photo manager highlighted features:
+ Access all photos from your camera roll right from the app
+ Swipe left to trash a photo or swipe right to delete it - it's fun & easy
+ Free up valuable memory storage space on your phone
+ See how much memory space you save with each picture you delete from your camera roll
+ Reminders tell you to clean out old photos each month
Premium features include:
+ Navigate to any month and see which you've cleaned
+ Access current month photos at any time
+ Add photos to your favorites folder as you Flic
+ Flic unlimited photos
With Flic, you can manage all the photos in your camera roll with ease. Take the time and pain out of deleting duplicate photos and poorly lit pictures that take up valuable memory storage space on your phone. Open Flic and scroll through your entire camera roll, one picture at a time. Then swipe left to trash a photo and swipe right to keep it, it’s that simple! Flic even tells you how much memory space you will save from deleting the selected pics.
Save time and space with Flic and download the app today!
- Official iOS 11 support
- Bug fixes and performance improvements
Promising but slows down
Downloaded it immediately after reading about this app in Business Insider, because I shoot some 2,000 photos per month and it's a challenge sorting them out to save storage. So I've always wanted an app like this. Now, having discarded 600 pictures from last month, the app began to slow down considerably and became rather uncomfortable (seemingly affecting other apps, too?). And I have hundreds more left to sift through, so this is a concern. Hopefully this gets improved in future updates. The idea is great and promising and, like I said, I need an app like this. Desperately.