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HTC Desire GALLERY!

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by shivanshu, Oct 30, 2010.

  1. shivanshu

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    I've had this thing on my mind for quite about a while now, so I just decided to post this.

    I've been wondering, my phone's stock gallery app seems so UNORGANIZED, which I seriously HATE

    So is there any way to organize it, or have a better alternative for the stock gallery app?


    Thanks!
     

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    3D gallery seems ok it in market
     
  3. Harry2

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    Have look at JustPictures!
    The app has a better directory structure as the stock viewer.
    And the app hides the folders you don't want to see :)

    Even better is the directory structure of Photo BURST.
    But for the viewer of Photo BURST you have to decide for yourself :)

    Harry
     
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    You can organise the photos in the root of the SD Card, which can be a bit time-consuming if you've got loads, but it works well... The folders you put them in, become the albums in the Gallery.

    I'd not thought about looking for an alternative, but will be checking out the recommendations above too...
     
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    I create new folders on my SD card via my PC, then drop-n-drag my image files.

    Example:

    Contact Photos
    Icons - Blue Theme
    Icons - Dock
    Icons - Orange Theme
    Wallpaper
    Icons - LauncherPro
    Downloads
    etc
    etc

    As said above, it takes a little time to set up but it makes grouping pictures and viewing on the phone much easier.
     
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