Put that old iPad to work as a permanent display for your digital photos.
Get started with Apple's built in picture frame feature, to view the photos as a slideshow.
Choose a specific album, or all the photos, and adjust just a few other settings, and you're ready to roll.
If you crave more features, like the addition of music to your slideshow.
Download a specific app like the $4 Photo Slideshow Director, HD Pro.
With dozens of templates and transitions this app essentially lets you create a mini music video, that can later be exported and shared through social media.
If you have an old android tablet download the free app Dayframe to turn into a dynamic photo frame.
Through this app you can pull photos from albums on the tablet, but also connect your social media accounts.
To load all those great shots from Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.
Whatever route you choose, be sure to invest in a good stand for your tablet.
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In San Francisco, I'm Cara Suboi for cnet.com for CBS news.
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