No. Pixbrite does not automatically post your collages to any social network whether you choose to sign up using Facebook or Email. The automation part is only for photo organizing, not for sharing. Your photos will only be shared when you manually tap the share button and complete a sharing process. Your photos or collages are also not saved on any Cloud.
No. When Pixbrite organizes the photos from your Camera Roll or iCloud, it displays them in a better organized, ready-to-share format. It does not duplicate your photos and will not increase your phone storage.
No. Discarding an auto-generated moment in your Timeline does not delete any of your original photos but simply dismisses the moment from being visible in your Timeline. Similarly, deleting a moment from your Portfolio also means dismissing the moment from your Portfolio.
Yes. If you select photos to delete in Discover, they will be permanently deleted from your Camera Roll. If the photos you selected are from Facebook, you will not be able to delete them.
Pixbrite automatically creates a collage for you by selecting your best photos from the same moment and applying them in a suitable layout. A moment is defined by the time and venue in which the photos are taken as well as the connection between each photo’s content. Pixbrite also tries to hide duplicate photos in each collage to keep your Timeline clear and concise.
There are two ways to view all of your Camera Roll photos and Facebook photos:
When you launch the app, look at the top right corner to find your Portfolio. Here, you will be able to view all of the creations you made from scratch as well as any auto-generated moments you had favorited from Timeline.
Every Thursday, Pixbrite will send you a weekly flashback with old moments that occurred from the same week in your past. These moments are made from your Camera Roll, iCloud or Facebook photos that were taken one year ago or more. These flashback moments do not disappear until new flashback moments come on the following Thursday. You can Favorite any flashback moment to keep them in Portfolio to revisit anytime.