PhotoShelter, the leading digital asset management platform for visual storytellers, today announced the launch of FileFlow, an app for users across its cloud-based platforms including PhotoShelter for photographers and Libris for brands. The app grants PhotoShelter and Libris stakeholders the ability to search, download and share photos instantly from their iPhones. FileFlow provides users with permission-based access to all content that has been shared with them, from both PhotoShelter photographers and Libris organizations, facilitating even more efficient photo sharing. The app can be downloaded in the App Store.
With the release of FileFlow, users can now browse and search visual content, download high-resolution files in batch (with the ability to choose a smaller file size for mobile) and quickly share files via social media, messaging, Slack and email.
“At PhotoShelter, we seek to empower photographers and brands with the tools they need to enhance their workflows and deliver amazing visual content to its most successful destination,” said Andrew Fingerman, CEO of PhotoShelter. “Providing instantaneous access to content via a seamless mobile experience will make it even easier and faster for Libris and PhotoShelter clients to take action on photos and videos.”
For PhotoShelter photographers, FileFlow is the best way to get images onto a client’s mobile device. The app can be used by both photographers and their clients to quickly access PhotoShelter archives and invited content, download high-resolution files and post instantly to social media.
Creative teams can also now access Libris libraries from their iPhones and share files, including photos, videos, PDFs and more, via text, social media, Slack and email. FileFlow is the last step in a real-time workflow, helping brands share compelling content instantly with followers.
PhotoShelter recently received funding from Level Structured Capital, an affiliated fund of Level Equity, a New York private investment firm focused on providing capital to software companies. This funding provides PhotoShelter with access to a total of $8 million, which will help drive product innovation in 2019 across its cloud-based visual media platforms. In addition to FileFlow, currently in the works are advanced content collaboration tools, deeper mobile functionality, and new API capabilities to support seamless integrations with leading marketing technologies.
PhotoShelter’s mission is to empower effortless visual storytelling. We offer a unified platform of technology, tools, and insights that help more than 80,000 professional photographers and over 1,000 brands manage their visual media every day. PhotoShelter accomplishes this through two solutions: PhotoShelter for photographers and Libris for brands.
In 2005, PhotoShelter pioneered the first cloud-based product for professional photographers to showcase, archive and sell their work. It offers beautiful websites, secure storage, plus over 100 features to help photographers take their businesses to the next level. PhotoShelter’s product for marketers and creative teams inside brands, Libris, is the simplest and fastest digital asset management platform built for visual media. The cutting-edge software helps over 1,000 top clients easily organize, collaborate and share their photos and videos. Today, Libris is used by leading brands across industries, including The Associated Press, New York Jets, Los Angeles Chargers, Philadelphia Eagles, Purdue University, National Aquarium, Chick-fil-A, Special Olympics Inc., Pandora, PBS, Politico, Nathan’s Famous and Wendy’s.