How to Digitize Old Photos and Keep Track of New Ones

photomyneIf you’re like me, you either have a bookcase or a box filled with old photos and albums. Most of them are probably from family vacations that you took decades ago that you would love to share with your loved ones. You’ve probably also had scanning those photos, one by one, on a to-do list you stopped checking. Because who has time to hand-scan each one or peel back that nasty cellophane that will most likely ruin your photos?

If this sounds familiar, listen up and download the Photomyne app, which lets you scan multiple photos in a single shot! What’s even cooler is that the app will scan full photo album pages that have photos that aren’t lined up. Photomyne reads and crops them automatically. It also allows you to edit the photos and add details like the title, the year, the location, and names.

Photomyne is free for Android users but costs $3.99 on iOS. If you are willing to buy their annual subscription ($11.99-$23.99) you can also have unlimited photo backup on their Photomyne Cloud, sync your account to multiple devices and access your photos online from your computer. So far Photomyne has over one million users, has high ratings and is a big reason you are seeing more and more #TBT photos on your Facebook page.

An added bonus: The video on their homepage has a jingle that my son Jack seems to love. It really soothed him one night when he needed it.

Johnny Jet

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Johnny Jet
I used to be afraid to fly and at times even leave the house! I conquered my fear (long story) and now I travel to 20+ countries a year sharing my firsthand knowledge, tips and deals with friends, family and readers. Please sign up to our free newsletters and tell your friends!

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