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Memoria – Beautiful Gallery app for your device

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Every new device is equipped with a camera. The trend of improving the camera quality is increasing day by day. Now we have more than 2 cameras on a smartphone. Everyone likes to click photos and store moments. But to remember those stored memories we need a gallery. Most smartphone companies provide their own Gallery app, but other phones just include Google Photos.

Memoria

Memoria is a powerful gallery app. It has three tabs: photos, album, and favorites. The theme is soothing with white and pink colors. The UI is also very smooth and it is easy to swipe between images, multi-select images, open and close folders.

Memoria app interface

Memoria app features

Memoria app settings

There is a lot of customization. You can hide folders, pin folders so that it will always be on top. Filter images by media type. You can also protect your images by setting a password on them. There is also a setting to increase the brightness to 100% while viewing images and use the accelerometer. The developer of Memoria also mentioned that cloud service and Google Photos support is coming soon to the app.

Using the Memoria app I have found it quite interesting. The free version is great for the normal usage but ads can be seen. There is a pro version of the Memoria app and it costs 59.99 INR which is equal to 1$. The pro version is like an unlocker key, you have to keep both of the apps. The pro version will allow using Vault, Theme, No-ads and Amazing Zoom In Media.

Final words

There are a lot of gallery apps available on the Play Store some of them are popular like Quick Pic. Memoria is a new and gorgeous Gallery app with extra features like vault and theme support. It can be a stock gallery app alternative for some users. You should try Memoria app once.

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