Picplz Releases Download Tool and Extends Time User Can Get Their Photos

Posted by at 12:17 pm on June 15, 2012

Photo editing and sharing service Picplz, which announced an unexpected shutdown that would take place July 3 and warned users it had until then to back up all posted photos, has now given its users a bit of a reprieve. A new archive system has been unveiled that lets users download the photos they put on the service along with any custom filters en masse rather than individually, and will keep the archive alive until September 3.

Response to the initial closure announcement was swift, complaining that users who had uploaded large numbers of photos to the service would be forced to download each one individually, including both the original image and any altered version made using filters the Instagram-like sharing service had made available. Shortly after the initial announcement, Picplz let users know that a mass download system was coming.

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