Made in Japan, FriendPix is an Android app that pulls all your friends’ Facebook photos for easy browsing in one single app. Sure, we can browse photos on the Facebook app and on the website. But browsing on FriendPix makes stalking a little easier.
It allows you to check for friends’ photos just via a simple contact search. The resultant photo stream can then be viewed by gender. The app is fast to load, although it requires about an hour to sync it with your Facebook account when first launched. Photo tags can still be viewed in FriendPix which makes life easier if you ever want to know the name of some special lady in a particular photo.
FriendPix resembles Fotobook, an app I reviewed last year, which I think has since disappeared. FriendPix is free to download only on Google Play for now. An iOS version is in the pipeline.
The app was launched just two days ago but founder Taisuke Oe says that he is seeing very active usage so far. FriendPix was developed by Hemplant, an app development firm, and Taisuke revealed that it is currently raising funds. You can give FriendPix a try here. Happy stalking, folks!