Have complete control over your Dayframe images with Dayframe Prime

When Dayframe first launched in November, we hinted that a Prime version with more great features was on its way. It's landed today, and the developers have a special price for the first 1,000 installs at just 99-cents. Afterwards, the price will bump to $2.99 for a bit, then ramp to $4.99 when all the features are complete.

What features you ask? Well the current iteration includes:

  • Custom Playlists — Create and arrange playlists with as many photostreams you want
  • Advanced Screensaver Timer — Advanced screensaver timers let you decide when each playlist is shown. Create and save routine playlists for mornings, evenings, and days of the week while at home and work.
  • Brightness Timer — Use the Brightness timer to adjust your screen brightness for days and evenings.
  • App Timer — The App timer lets you routinely launch apps on schedule - handy for dedicated table top or regular bedside use. Rotate between Dayframe and an alarm clock, news feed, etc.
  • Local Weather

Future plans include syncing between devices, and Chromecast support.

It's a great way to show off pictures from juts about any location, and the Prime feature list is great. Jump on this while it's only a buck!


Reader comments

Grab Dayframe Prime for 99-cents if you're one of the first 1,000 buyers


OK bought for..99¢ time to read what I just bought

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Glad I'm not the only one who bought it without knowing exactly what it was. I do have an old tablet laying that will be re-purposed. Neat app

May I get on the "I just purchased an app and I don't know what the heck it does boat?" :-D

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Thanks for posting this, big guy. Installed it on my N7 a few weeks ago and really enjoy it. Got in on the 99 cent deal and looking forward to Chromecast support. Still available as of 7:50pm Pacific time

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No clue what this is, but for a buck.... Why not? Bought. I'll probably forget I have it and never use it... Ho hum...