Dropbox announced Carousel on Wednesday, a photo and video management app that integrate many of the features from the photo storage service Snapjoy acquired by Dropbox back in 2012.
At an event in San Francisco, Mailbox founder Gentry Underwood showed off the service, which organizes photos and videos from your camera roll into an app for Android and iOS.
The application can be found at Carousel.com, and according to Dropbox, it stores as many videos and photos as permitted by your Dropbox plan, and allows you to access them through any device -including mobile, on Android or iOS — through the cloud.
Dropbox says the app is “one place for all your memories.” All photos stored in the app are backed up to Dropbox.
Carousel is a standalone app that is designed to organize a user’s entire collection of photos stored via Dropbox, separating them into an event-based timeline that also highlights important moments and supports private messages. Photos automatically backup to Dropbox and sync across all platforms. They can also be shared in batches with and saved to other users’ timelines via email or phone number, regardless of whether or not the user has a Dropbox account.