New app CliqPass is billed as “the simplest way to privately exchange photos and videos too big to email.”
Palo Alto, CA-based developer MedioSphere says its “primarily built for users to collect photos and videos from family gatherings, events or group trips. This app alleviates the pain of collecting dozens of photos and videos from a group of people using smartphones or cameras. Users can send requests to friends and family members from the mobile app, without having to sign up or create an account.”
CliqPass collects photos and videos from mobile devices to “personal clouds” such as Dropbox, Google Drive and OneDrive. Photos and videos are transmitted at their original resolution. The app is available for Android and iOS, and free to use for three months.