New habits in smartphones photo management
This article studies the habits in the use and manages of smartphone images. Being smartphones the most universal product, and their camera a key element, this research is based on the hypothesis that current photo habits exceed mobile photo management tools. A survey of smartphone users sought a general view of the current situation about their photographic habits in the taking, manage and store photos inside their phones. The survey also has questions about the long-term expectations. Results show lack of adequacy of current systems to smartphone pictures and open a discussion about how to adapt current photo manage systems to a long-term vision.