Lost Photos, the Mac and Windows app that finds photos lost in your email account, has added support for seven new email programs. In addition to Gmail, Yahoo, AOL, Mac, MobileMe, and Google Apps, Lost Photos now uncovers forgotten photos in AT&T, Cox, Charter, British Telecom, Rocketmail, Ymail, and Xtra.co.nz.
Released on July 31, Lost Photos has received glowing reviews from users. It’s latest version in the Mac App Store has 101 5-star reviews, 19 4-star reviews, and only 5 reviews of 3 stars or less. The program boasts a number of superlative quotes from Facebook users as well (facebook.com/LostPhotosApp).
Last week, Space Inch, maker of Lost Photos, announced the Mac version of the software would become free for a day as part of a Two Dollar Tuesday (twodollartues.com) “Friday Freebie” promotion. Lost Photos quickly became the number 1 app in the Mac App store for the day.
Lost Photos brings to light a problem of which millions of email users are just becoming aware. Despite living in a more organized and mechanized digital world, it is still possible to lose important information. Email, in particular, has become an old attic full of memories and photographs we really care about. But all our valuable information is nearly impossible to extract among tens of thousands of ordinary messages. Lost Photos solves the problem for photos in a simple, elegant way.
• Search email accounts ending in gmail.com, yahoo.com, aol.com, att.net, cox.net,charter.net, btinternet.com, xtra.co.nz, ymail.com, rocketmail.com, mac.com, me.com, and anything routed through Google Apps.
• Browse photos as they are discovered.
• Quickly share the best photos by Facebook, Twitter, or email.
• Gorgeous interface
• Available in the Mac App Store: http://bit.ly/OdafZm
• Available for Windows download at http://www.lostphotosapp.com
SpaceInch is, Andy Ross, Tiffiniy Cheng, Holmes Wilson, and Josh Segall. Andy Ross is lead guitarist for the band OK Go. Check out http://okgo.net for music and videos, which have been viewed over 200 million times on YouTube. Tiffiniy and Holmes are the founders of Fight for the Future (FFTF), a non-profit that helped organize the recent strikes against proposed federal copyright legislation SOPA and PIPA. Josh Segall is a lawyer and is business development director of Myrtlewood Capital, a private equity company.
Contact: Josh Segall
Partner, Space Inch