Ricoh Unveils Keenai For Managing Your Photos and Videos Across Platforms

In this day and age, we are all taking photos and video on a range of devices across different operating systems, for different purposes, in different places. It can be hard, nearly impossible really, to keep track of all our photos and videos without intense effort on our parts – more effort than most people want to give. This is what has led Ricoh to develop Keenai, a service for managing all of your photos and videos.

The new program, which is available starting today in eight languages on all of the popular OS platforms currently used (iOS, Android, Mac OS, Windows, and Windows Phone), is being billed as the “only photo service that connects all your devices and cameras, and unifies all your photos and videos for viewing and sharing on any device.”

Using the Keenai system is easy enough too, there are three ways to interact with your Keenai account. You can access it through the web app, a mobile app on your phone, or through a desktop app on your computer. From there you can upload images or video and access images and video that you have uploaded previously from that location or other locations. In theory, it should make finding that picture you took at that one party a few weeks ago a lot easier.

In terms of pricing, Keenai will come with a free 30 day trial for all accounts, after which the service will run you $4.99 per month or $49.99 per year. Those interested in learning more can check out Keenai over on their website, here.

Anthony Thurston

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