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GoPhoto Pro

10 Dec 10

GoPhoto Pro makes it easy to add comments to your favourite photos. Share with Twitter + TwitPic and keep your world updated with your latest thoughts and pictures. Quickly organize and search your photos using tags. GoPhoto Pro automatically keeps your photo's location so you'll never have to remember where you took that great shot. Whether you're scouting the perfect location for a photography shoot, collaborating with a colleague, or just adding a funny comment to make a friend smile, it's a snap to take, note, and share photos with GoPhoto Pro. With so many everyday uses, the possibilities are endless. GoPhoto Pro, caption the moment. Features: - Add notes to your photos - Share notes and photos with Twitter + Twitpic - Take photos* - Tag your photos - Search photos *A camera is required on the device to take photos.

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