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Here’s Why Pix-Star Digital Frames Are Some of the Best


Are Pix-Star digital frames worth the money?

Pix-Star is one of the most widely known digital frame brands on the market. They’ve been around for a long time and were the creators and pioneers of digital photo frames with an email addresses. Today, Pix-Star’s digital frames are some of the most versatile and functional on the market. With a smooth interface, fantastic ease of use, and an attractive design, Pix-Star digital frames can slip comfortably into almost any room, home, and family.

Extensive features, Wi-Fi connectivity, a mobile app & web interface, and a brilliant give the Pix-Star everything it needs to offer an immersive viewing experience. You can send photos directly to multiple Pix-Star frames from anywhere in the world whenever you want. The Pix-Star Snap mobile app offers the perfect balance between simplicity and features. You can send up to 250 to multiple frames at the same time. You can even send quick video clips and audio notes through the mobile app.

Pix-Star’s web album feature is exceptionally unique in that you can directly link & sync photo albums from sources such as Facebook, Instagram, Google Photos, Flickr, Google Drive, Dropbox, and more. You can also link photos from your computer directly to your Pix-Star frame. Web albums are linked and managed through the web interface. Here you can also take control & manage up to 25 connected Pix-Star frames from a single user account. This remote-control feature lets you adjust settings, start & manage slideshows, make changes to both local & cloud storage, update the frame’s firmware, and much more.

Pix-Star’s frames come in either a 10-inch or a larger 15-inch version – offering an immersive and natural display for your favorite memories. Pix-Star’s 4:3 display lets you effortlessly display photos from your smartphones & cameras without needing to resize, edit, or crop photos before sending them. The aspect ratios naturally match and this avoids annoying black pillar bars around the sides of the photos during slideshows – an issue that’s very common with 16:9 and 16:10 displays.

Pix-Star’s free-for-life cloud storage, video & audio playback support, large & vivid display, broad viewing angle, and rich feature set are all achieved without charging any additional hidden or recurring fees. It gives the Pix-Star frame an edge over almost all of the other top digital frames.

How to send photos & videos to Pix-Star digital frames?

Pix-Star digital frames offer several different ways to send pictures & other media to your frames. The most commonly used of these methods is the photo email feature. Simply add the pictures you want to send as attachments to an email and send them to your frame’s unique email address. You can send to several different frames at the same time.

The most convenient method is to use the Pix-Star Snap mobile app. Here you can send photos, videos, and audio messages to multiple frames at the same time. You can add these frames to the app by their email address and they’ll be remembered. You can send up to 250 photos at the same time to multiple Pix-Star frames. Receiving frames can be set to automatically display newly received photos in slideshows as they arrive.

Pix-Star’s web interface provides you a dashboard where you can import photos from social media, photo-sharing, cloud storage platforms. Here you can select photo albums from your favorite platforms and link them directly to your Pix-Star frame. These web albums are then synced (and can be synced to multiple different frames) and saved on the receiving frame’s internal storage. New photos that are added to a currently linked album can be set to automatically download and sync to all linked frames. It’s a great way to automate photo-sharing for big families and requires minimal effort.

How to remotely control Pix-Star digital frames?

Pix-Star’s digital frames can be remotely controlled through the web interface’s dashboard. Here you can control & manage up to 25 connected Pix-Star frames from a single user account. It’s an excellent way to manage all the frames in a family, or elderly user’s (or anybody that’s not tech savvy) Pix-Star frames.

You can remotely start slideshows from specific sources and web albums, manage the slideshow settings (speed, style, type, transitions, etc.) from anywhere in the world. You can adjust almost all of the frame’s settings, adjust the display settings, set on auto-on/off schedule, and even update the frame’s firmware.

You can bulk manage Pix-Star frames that have been added to your user account. It’s an excellent way to make sure everyone in the family is receiving the same pictures, videos, and audio notes – and so elderly users aren’t left out. Pix-Star’s web interface also lets you manage your connected frames’ internal and cloud storage. You can easily perform bulk actions, link new photos, delete unwanted ones, and so on.

Can I view Facebook pictures on Pix-Star digital frames?

Pix-Star supports linking photos albums and other web albums directly from Facebook to any connected Pix-Star frame. You can link several different Facebook accounts to the same Pix-Star frame, and view photos from the same Facebook account on several different Pix-Star frames. Here are step-by-step instructions on how to link photo albums from Facebook to your Pix-Star frame.

Simply log into your Pix-Star frame’s dashboard and click on the “Web Albums” section. Here you can select from almost a dozen supported platforms including Facebook. You simply need to log into the desired account and select the albums to link within. Depending on the number and size of photos in the linked albums, this process can take a couple of minutes.

How to set up Pix-Star digital frames?

The setup process for Pix-Star digital frames is quick and simple. If it’s your first time turning the frame on, the setup wizard will guide you through connecting to Wi-Fi. Alternatively, you can access the Wi-Fi list through the frame’s “Settings” page. Now the frame is ready to start playing slideshows from USB/SD cards. You can already start using some of the frame’s features like games.

Once you’ve connected to Wi-Fi, you need to register the frame on the web interface and add it to the Pix-Star Snap mobile app. All you need is the frame’s unique email address and the serial number (found through the “About” section of the main “Settings” page directly to the frame. Here are the simple steps on how to set up a digital frame in less than 5-minutes.

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