ByteDance-backed intelligent photo management app Everphoto to discontinue · TechNode

Intelligent photo management app Everphoto will discontinue its services effective November 15 of this year, according to Chinese news site NetEase. The app, launched on the App Store in October 2015, features intelligent facial recognition and categorized photo storage functions. Before November 15, users can still browse and download their previously backed-up photos and videos within the app. However, they are no longer able to store or share any new photos and videos via the app from August 17, the app said in its announcement. The latest version of Everphoto has introduced a new feature that allows users to download all their photos with a single click. In 2017, Everphoto was acquired by TikTok’s parent company ByteDance. Apart from Everphoto, several other photo-related apps backed by ByteDance, such as Uoka Camera and Qimiao Camera, have also ceased operations in recent years, as reported by NetEase. [NetEase, in Chinese] 

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