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I love photos and videos. LOVE them. They often get stuck on my phone or computer with maybe one or two being shared here and there on social media. The videos get left out quite a bit as well as the cheesy ones that grandma loves. Often the problem is taking the time to pull everything together in a way that makes sense. That’s why I’m loving the RealTimes™ App!
If you’ve never seen it before, it’s an app that pulls all your photos and videos together automatically into stories. It chooses photos and videos that look and work well and creates shareable video montages to share, right away. You don’t have to pick photos or videos, add transitions or anything. The app does it all for you (but does give you the option to tweak it as much as you want!)
RealTimes also backs up your photos and videos on RealCloud where they keep and sort them into a timeline! Most of all, I love how the app allows you to share your stories with anyone you want, whether they have the app or not, and allows them to watch on any device! The boys find it very fun and easy to use and have been playing with it by sending stories from sleepovers and parties to their friends.
Want to see what it looks like when you share with someone via email or text? Check out one of our stories HERE.
You can share on social media or download to save on your computer as well. It really does make it so easy and you don’t have to worry about someone not familiar with technology being able to view it. My grandma LOVES when we send photos and video for her, but if it involves more than clicking a link – forget it!
The app is free and comes with 2GB of storage and there is a 25GB or unlimited payed plan as well ($4.99 or $9.99 a month). Oh! And you can connect up to 10 (or 15 on the unlimited plan) devices so you’ll have everyone’s photos and videos pulled together into the stores which makes it much more likely that you’ll be in the story as well (you know, because all the photos of you are on some one else’s device).