Flassh iOS is the preferred way to view and share photos taken with Flassh Booth. Not only can account owners login and manage their events and photos with this app, they can also send guests to download and install this app on their own devices. Guests can then instantly view and share photos from their own iPhone or iPad.
What can I do with the iPad/iPhone app?
As an account owner, you have full access to and control over your photos.
Single photo actions
If you tap to open an event that you own and have photos a collection of photos listed, you can perform a single-finger long-press on any photo to reveal a menu of options:
Set the cover photo
By default the cover photo is the first photo in your event. Instead, you can feature your favorite photo so it shows as the cover photo in the event listing and in the header of the event when looking at the collection of photos.
Save any size of the selected photo to your camera roll.
Copy photo URL
Copy a web URL of any size of the selected photo.
Permanently delete the selected photo from the event. Deleted photos are not recoverable.
Multiple photo actions
Tap the “Select” button at the top right of the screen and select any number of photos to reveal a drawer at the bottom of the screen providing the following options:
Save to camera roll
Download all selected photos to the camera roll on your iOS device.
Send via email
Send all selected photos via email (from our servers) to the specified email address.
Generate animated GIF
Compile the selected images into an auto-looping GIF file and save it to the camera roll.
Generate video (MP4)
Compile the selected images into a video file (MP4 format) and save it to the camera roll. The video is roughly 15 seconds in length.
If you are signed in and are viewing an event that you own, tapping the “Select” button at the top right and selecting any number of photos will reveal a trash can icon in the top left of the screen. Tapping the trash can icon and the confirming the following dialog will permanently delete the selected photos.
Deleted photos are not recoverable.