Free Cloud Photo Storage
- Freemium • Proprietary
- Photo Sharing App
- Cloud Storage Service
- Android Tablet
What is Canon Irista?
People today take thousands of digital photographs which have become scattered across multiple devices, irista is built to help curate entire image libraries in one central location. Previously known in beta-form as Project1709, irista makes it easy to find any picture or any memory – regardless of which device it was shot on – camera or smartphone.
Simple to use : Making it quick and easy to find any image in a photo collection
Connected : Share images directly with popular social networks and keep track of likes and comments
Inspired : A single place for people to interact with their images, enhance their photography skills and get the most out of their pictures
Puts everybody in control : All images stored securely in one location so they can be accessed anytime, anywhere
Canon Irista was discontinued on 31th January 2020. The company sent an email to all their users.
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- Cloud Storage
- Photo Sharing
- Photo Album
CategoriesPhotos & Graphics • Backup & Sync • Social & Communications
Recent user activities on Canon Irista
- Danilo_Venom removed Canon Irista as alternatives to everything
- maxedbeech added Canon Irista as alternative(s) to Phostow
- calltrak1 added Canon Irista as alternative(s) to picc.io
Irista was a great service with laconic but well thought out UX. Others should take inspiration from it. Yes, it was closed but I don't think UX is to blame.
Irista's UX was more interested in showing you your own photos in full screen rather than shoving its buttons and menus and folder previews in your face.
Irista's UI did sit behind your photos. Other's UI stands in front of your photos. And the worts of others are Google Photos. Or any other Google product that ever existed in history (apart from very first few versions of their Search). Google's UI designers think they enrich your life a lot by showing their magnum opuses (buttons, menus, etc.) as much as big as often as obnoxious as possible.