QuMagie is a QTS photo management application that uses AI to help you manage photos and videos stored on your QNAP NAS. QuMagie integrates facial recognition and object recognition to make browsing and organizing photos and videos easier than ever before.

With QuMagie Mobile, you can browse photos on your QNAP NAS anytime, anywhere. After QuMagie Mobile is connected to your QNAP NAS, your photos and albums will be accessible on your mobile device.

- QTS 4.4.1 or later, with QuMagie installed.
- iOS 10 or later.

What’s New

Version 1.1.3

[New Features]
Users can now expand or collapse stacked photos.
Users can now generate a time-lapse video at different speeds with the same photo.

[Fixed Issues]
After uploading live photos, some live photos only uploaded the JPG file and not the MOV file.
The homes folder appeared as a destination folder for mobile uploads even if it was not set as a Content Source.
Some users saw a folder with random letters when asked to select a folder for Backup.
Live photos that were uploaded from a mobile device to an album would not play on QuMagie Mobile.
Files could not automatically upload if the account name used to log in had inconsistent capitalization with the created account name.
Fixed some minor issues.

Ratings and Reviews

2.9 out of 5
17 Ratings

17 Ratings

Fromanjensen ,

Good start! Needs work...

It’s a pretty typical QNAP app from what I’ve seen. Functional, but rough around the edges. Like Qphoto, they need to update the UI to come up to modern standards. Less buttons and more gestures, for instance.

Also, make it landscape compatible throughout and not just on photos!

The ability to tag faces (or remove or fix tags) in photos would be nice for people with permission to do so. Also, being able to rotate photos would be great too.

And while I have many more criticisms, I realize this is a 1.0 release so more may be in the works, but I’d really like it if the photo’s comment/description was a little easier to see and edit. I like to write descriptions for the family trip photos, so being able to see them at the bottom of the photo would be so much better than having to go into the info section and tapping the button to display it.

webtechy8 ,

Getting better, finally useable

As others have wrote, this is pretty typical of QNAP apps as for this recent release (1.1.0) it’s at least useable.

It still has quite a few issues where I’ve already sent support tickets like any videos uploaded by an iPhone are iOS only and can’t be viewed by Android/Windows. No iOS Live Photo’s support, no iPad native/universal app, creating accounts for NAS users as an admin can cause confusing permissions issues when creating a NAS album, no ability to share from the mobile apps (have to create shares thru web UI).

I’m sure I could go on but the basic functionality to at least upload your photos thru your phone and backup photos at least make this update at least more useable now. Gave this release 4 stars (really 3.5) as it’s more useable than some of QNAPs other mobile apps (Synology not a lot better either) but at least this app is still getting updates.

cockneyusa ,

Nice app except......

The index page only shows in portrait mode. When exiting a landscape photo you see the thumbnail page in landscape for a second and then it reverts to portrait. iPad Pro 2018

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  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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