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Wondershare Releases Photo Recovery Free Software for 2019 that Also Works Great to Recover Other Types of Data
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- In this technology driven era, capturing and storing high quality photos of scenic locations or family reunions is easy on Mac and other operating systems and devices. For people who can't seem to locate the panoramic vistas captured on their last exotic vacation, have no fear because Wondershare's photo recovery software can help!
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- If Santa Claus was an influencer he'd stick Selfie Stick-It(R) to his gift giving list. Everyone knows how difficult it is to capture group photos without leaving someone out of the shot. While different products have been engineered to solve this problem the smallest and most universal is the one from Fromm Works Inc.
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- The latest Q4/2018 update of Recoverit from Wondershare is an exceptional tool that can perform a quick photo recovery on Mac as well as Windows. The company has also released a freely available version of its phone photo recovery tool so that its users can make the most of its services without paying a single dime.
Rescue Lost Digital Pix: Wondershare’s Recoverit Free Makes it Much Easier for Photo Recovery from Memory Card
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Wondershare has released Recoverit Free, providing users with 100MB of data recovery free of charge. Especially for memory card photo recovery. No matter your lost photos or other data from memory card, Recoverit Free can help you restore lost photos easily for free.
Photographers Keliy Anderson-Staley and Stephen Gaskins featured at Bailey Contemporary Arts (BaCA) in Florida
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Bailey Contemporary Arts (BaCA) Gallery in Pompano Beach is proud to present "Portraits" - a dynamic show featuring the works of one of the country's most esteemed photographic artists, Keliy Anderson-Staley, whose work has been exhibited at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery and the Library of Congress. The exhibit will also include emerging Florida photographer, Stephen Gaskins.
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Get in the picture with your pets using Pet Selfie Stick-It, a new invention from Fromm Works, Inc. that conditions pets to look at a smartphone located up to 20-feet away. Utilizing Pavlovian conditioning the kit includes a treat tray that holds the pet's favorite treat.
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- FotoJet, a popular image processing tool developed by PearlMountain Limited, today unveiled its HTML5-based editor, a greatly improved version with new graphical user interface (GUI) that makes online photo editing easier and faster than ever for everyone.
eNewsChannels NEWS: (CHENGDU, China) -- FotoJet, developed by PearlMountain Limited, is an excellent photo editor that can help users to get brilliant photos with a straightforward interface and powerful functions. It gives users a lot of room to beautify the photos with numerous editing choices.
Free Photo Editor App, Picas, Trends on Instagram after Being Featured as Google Play Editors’ Choice
eNewsChannels NEWS: (SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.) -- Picas, the free photo editor, is trending now on a famous photo sharing platform Instagram after it featured on Play Store as Google editors' choice. With machine learning algorithms using artificial intelligence in combination with neural networks, Picas can help you turn a regular photo into famous fine art paintings with different styles and effects. Picas is available both for Android and iOS users.
eNewsChannels NEWS: (SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.) -- Picas Inc. recently updated its flagship product Picas to 1.0.3 for iOS and 1.0.4 for Android OS. This free photo editor app can turn your photos into artworks with more than 50 filter effects, and each week Picas adds 1-3 new art filters. Due to its good performance, Play Store featured this photo editing app from Sep. 30 as editors' choice, which brought more than 300,000 downloads and 4.5 average ratings just in a week.