July Release Notes and Fixes

We’ve been working our fingertips raw here at SmugMug HQ, feverishly building new things and sharpening the tools you use every day. Here’s what we released:

  • The Big News this month was the launch of the best Android browsing app that you already knew: SmugFolio. It got a new name, new look, and the first of many new improvements. Thanks to everyone who left feedback about this app already, and we’ll continue to keep our ears perked for what you love (and what you don’t!)
  • We also fixed a few important bits behind-the-scenes. You probably haven’t noticed anything amiss, which we love ‘cuz it means we did it right. As a result, SmugMug should be faster and even more stable than ever before.

That’s it from us this month. As always, thanks to all of our hard-working, passionate fans who tell us every single day how much we mean to them… and how we can be better.

‘Til next time,
The SmugMug Family

PS. Remember, you can always see the latest product updates from the Hot Topics link at right.

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3 thoughts on “July Release Notes and Fixes”

  1. When you get around to updating your iOS app, please consider including offline synchronization. This is invaluable to me as a way to carry my galleries in my pocket without needing to use my data plan every time I want to show off my photos. For my money, SmugWallet does a great job with this; it was actually the very first iOS app I ever bought.

  2. It would be interesting to be able to give an app to a client to view their own pictures. Something along the lines of Smugfolio but with the ability to jump directly to a gallery or event (mine are all events because multiple galleries are involved with each).

    It could perhaps be done by launching smugfolio with a URL or QR code.

    I don’t want the customer to have to know anything (password, etc). They should be able to just jump right to their pictures.

    Yes, maybe?

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