KHARKIV, Ukraine, Sept. 6, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Lunarship Software today announced that it has joined the Intel Software Partner Program and is offering the Phototheca application specifically optimized for the latest Skylake Intel Architecture-based Ultrabooks. The Intel Software Partner Program is a global, online membership program for independent software vendors (ISVs) developing commercially available products for Intel platforms and technologies.
"Since launch, our photo organizing application Phototheca has become a popular app for people around the world," explained Anton Vasylkivskyi, co-founder of Lunarship Software. "By joining forces with Intel, we've been able to optimize the app to the Skylake Intel Architecture, the very latest one, ensuring that users get an optimized UI and UX going forward from here."
Phototheca app has been validated by Intel on 2-in-1 Media and 2Screen experience enabling programs, meaning the app can work on modern 2-in-1 devices, laptops and tablets, and provides a support for a dual monitor view as well.
Phototheca has also been optimized for the Windows 10 OS and touchscreen capabilities, allowing users to work with software in a way that is most comfortable for them--whether that is with tactile fingertip gestures or using the more traditional mouse.
The app also offers a plethora of other features including password protected safe-boxes, duplicate spotting, metadata support, and even a keyword function to instantly search for photos.
About Lunarship Software
Lunarship Software is the company behind the popular photo organizing application, Phototheca. The software has a worldwide user base, and makes it easy to organize thousands of photos. For more information, please visit the company's website.
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