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    Daily iPad App: Imagewind shows you the images of the world

    Kelly Hodgkins, @kellyhodgkins
    February 20, 2013
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    Imagewind gives you a glimpse of our fast-changing world by letting you admire photos from all around the globe. The app is an aggregator that pulls down photos in near real-time from services like Instagram, Twitter, and Flickr.

    You can select which photo services you want to use and how long you want each image to display on your screen. When an image captures your attention, you can share it on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and more. You can also export it to your photo roll and save it foroffline viewing. I was skeptical at first about the information overload offered by Imagewind, but once I slowed the pace of the images, I was captivated by all the different photos passing through my stream.

    Imagewind is available for free from the iOS App Store. It's a universal app, so you can get the iPad and the iPhone version with a single purchase.

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