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By my estimates, I have a bazillion photos, most of which were taken in the last few years after my mobile device became smarter than me. Unfortunately, the vast majority of these photos have disappeared down the digital rabbit hole: into dusty old file folders, stowed forever on a cluttered desktop, gone missing in the warehouse along with the Ark of the Covenant or, most terrifyingly, into my e-mail box.
Now there’s a way to find those lost pictures. The App, acts as the equivalent of Indiana Jones, but for your e-mail. The app, appropriately named, Lost Photos, delves into the Temple of Doom you call your inbox. The app helps unearth long-buried photos. Just point it towards one of your inboxes (it can search Google, Yahoo!, MobileMe, and .Mac accounts) and Lost Photos will organize all of your pics, displaying them for quick triage—share them onto social networks, or cast them back into the Void. You can also filter for particular file types, and export photos for further categorization.
It’s a handy service, and good if you’re not like me and don’t tag every single pic in your box (so far the count is: 53 in “Friends and Family”; 4,991 in “My Bicycle”; and 395,234 in “Mirror Self-Pics”).
Read more here.