Ars Technica featured article reviews Photonix

28 Jun 2021, 7:17 p.m.

We were thrilled to be featured in an article right at the top of Ars Technica’s homepage from Wednesday 23rd June until some point in the weekend.

The article runs through all the self-hosted solutions that exist for moving away from Google Photos.

This put is in front of a much wider audience than we've ever had and this has been proven in terms of traffic and mailing list sign-ups. We were mentioned 2nd in the list which is also a bonus.

You can read the article here:

Google Photos is so 2020—welcome to the world of self-hosted photo management


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Ironicbadger

Ironicbadger

Jun 2021

Thank you very much for adding face recognition on the same day as my Ars article went live where I said you didn't have it!!! >_<

sam33r

sam33r

Mar 2021

I'm amazed I hadn't heard of Photonix before - it seems perfect for my photo library. Great work, and congratulations on this release!

A question: do you expect it to work well on ARM SBCs like Raspberry Pi 4?

asaf1

asaf1

Jun 2021

Looks awesome! I'll definitely give it a try, thanks!