+ Tuesday November 12th, 2019

If you like Nintendo’s mobile gaming platform Miitomo, there’s some Good News today. Nintendo have released an update to the Miitomo app which will make it easier to share your photos with your Miitomo friends, through what Nintendo are calling Miifoto Log.

Basically, Miifoto Log, allows you to upload your Miifotos with commentary/text into the Miifoto Log, which basically acts like a photo gallery/album which can be shared publicly. This new feature also comes with a timeline, where you can see your friends’ posts, meaning you can comment on each other’s entries, in the same manner as other social networks.

Users can also attach images to their Miis and/or their sidekick Mii’s answers as some sort of visual aid to assist and help explain your Q&A replies.

There are, of course, a few non-image related updates as part of the app update, including the capability to add bios to profiles and to use the wallpapers and flooring you receive as backgrounds in Miifotos. You can check out the list of updated features via the Google Play link below.

Developer: Nintendo Co., Ltd.
Price: Free+
Source: Engadget.

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