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Any plans for a desktop viewer for OSX and PC?

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    Patrick shared this idea  ·   ·  Admin →
    planned  ·  AdminMatt (Piccam Support, Kposo Limited) responded  · 

    Hi all,

    Thanks for writing in and voting about a desktop viewer. We know it’s very important to you all to be able to view the photos in your Trunx account from a desktop computer as well as your mobile device.

    We are definitely planning on implementing some sort of desktop viewer for both Mac and PC users that will allow you to do this.

    Thanks so much for your feedback, we really appreciate it!

    Best,

    Ariel
    Trunx Support Team

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      • Rogerio Oliveira commented  · 

        We need a desktop downloader that works! This service will be discontinued and we need a faster way to export photos to another service, like flickr or smugmud

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        I have to have a desktop viewer app too :D Please, please please.

      • Nick commented  · 

        Seems that this is a relatively easy feature to include if you have an online login-based website, at least comparing to other photo upload site, like Flickr by yahoo.

      • Lisa De Leon commented  · 

        Its been over a year now and nothing has developed? does anyone know how to file a class action suit against company? Maybe that will get company to respond.

      • Sgyb1642 commented  · 

        I've been using the free version - well, let me back up and say I've *tried* - but there are just way too many questions/hiccups, including no way to view my photos online via computer. This is, as many have pointed out, simply unacceptable. I've tried to deactivate some of my social networking sites, but they keep getting reactivated because Trunx is still downloading photos. I created a "standalone" account using an email address, but that means I can't download my social networking photos.

        I don't WANT Trunx reactivating my social sites; they make it hard enough as it is to try and walk away. But without signing into Trunx using that particular social networking site, I can't store all my photos. With no desktop viewer, no way to see MY own photos online, I can't even ensure they're all being stored safely.

        Trunx has already hiccuped in the initial upload, and believe me: my photo collection isn't nearly as humongous as some! Now, judging by the lack of response, and the fact that it's been well over a year since someone made this feature request and you STILL have developed anything, I don't see how I (or anyone else) can seriously consider Trunx to be a viable solution for private storage. It appears that Trunx, like so many other developers, threw together a quick money-grab and made their fortune, so they're through listening.

        Sad. I had high hopes. :(

      • M. Mac. commented  · 

        im paying $4.99+tax and i asking for a destop viewer ,and the ios app was good but now i did the option clean my phone and guess what clean my phone and not all my pics was uploaded ,working to slow, send a feedback and no answer.
        it is time to move to another aplication?

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        I assumed I would be able to do this when I hit "clean my phone"! Now I cannot upload them very easily AT ALL - I can email them to myself one at time - That needs to be fixed ASAP, either with a computer viewer, or a "upload all" button!

      • uj commented  · 

        this is one thing that's a must. please do this fast. we would also need an option to copy / delete the photos on trunx through desktop.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Any word on a desktop viewer yet?

      • Jordan Timmins commented  · 

        I am a paying subscriber to Trunx and it's now August 1, 2015. I have been waiting for a Windows/OSX/Web desktop viewer for over a year now and I'm starting to question my use of Trunx. There's still no video import, and no desktop viewer. I understand that it takes time to develop these features, and I am grateful for Trunx for working on it. I hope the desktop viewer is added soon, or I sadly may have to switch services.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        You know, some of us out here still take digital photos using a dedicated digital camera, not a cell phone camera. We offload the image files from our camera to our desktops or laptops. Without a way to view our uploaded Trunx image files from our laptops or desktops, either via a client or a web interface, makes your service useless for anyone who doesn't like using small screen / touch screen apps to manage or view their photos.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        I'm glad I checked for a desktop or web viewer before I wasted my time uploading to Trunx. I can't fathom how anybody launching a cloud photo storage service would launch without a non-mobile device way to check and manage one's photo collection!

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        I was ready to pay 4.99/month when a desktop version is available last year.

        And I am still waiting

      • Andy Easteal commented  · 

        A desktop viewer is essential for us to see share and manage our photos, you would then be better than Dropbox, which i currently use. i would also be happy to pay the extra charge.

      • JohnnyBrillcream commented  · 

        While I like the "free" period you should offer a desktop viewer to your paying customers. At this point I won't become one, a paying customer, until I can access my photos from a computer.

        I've uploaded quite a few gigs of photo's in hopes that this would happen. I have not used the app since.

        You guys need to get a desktop app.

      • Skidmarks in the underpants of the Universe commented  · 

        If it took a year to do a web based UI that a high school intern could do in six weeks of summer, do you think it will ever happen. No way suckers! You are the product.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        If I download today while it is free.... Will I enetually have to pay once 2015 hits?

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