updated - January 28, 2020 Tuesday EST
Photo sharing app Frontback's availability on the Android operating system branches out the program to another system other than Apple's iOS Tech Crunch reported.
The new digs also allows consumers to take and transfer photos via newly implemented offline mode feature that does not require an individual to access the internet to transfer or share a photo.
According to Tech Crunch, Frontback retains the photo and sends it to the program's server until the user has internet access again.
Those with the iOS version of the app need not worry however since the program is going to be included in an upcoming update.
"In our case, due to full screen images, memory's issues are indeed amplified, especially considering that Frontback provides on top of that a camera functionality," Frontback lead Android developer Giovanni Vatieri told Tech Crunch in an e-mail. "The biggest challenge for the camera part is to reach the highest photo quality possible considering the different devices' capabilities and the memory available at the moment the user access the camera," Vatieri told Tech Crunch.
The app on the Android also looks different than in the iOS format since engineers modified the app.
Frontback saw one million downloads for its app that People utilizing the app is now also twice the amount Tech Crunch reported.
The amount of photos people have put on the app has also reached three times than those who did so in January.
According to Tech Crunch, the statistics reportedly give an indication of an increase in how many people are utilizing the app and who actually have it according to Frederic della Faille, co-founder and CEO of the program Tech Crunch reported.
Frontback opens up to two big versions of photos over one another that a user took unlike other apps of its kind.
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