FAQ / Frequently Asked Questions

Developers and APIs  :  General  :  Legal / Terms & Conditions  :  Photos

Developers and APIs

Yes we do and the release of the Developer API endpoint will be published soon.

General

The easiest way to contact someone at snapWONDERS is just go to the link: Contact Us

G'day! We are located in Australia in the state of Victoria. Victoria is renowned for its varied climate and unpredictable weather.

Kenneth Springer is the founder of snapWONDERS and leading the team at goldenSoftwareENGINEERS® (the team behind snapWONDERS).

You can read more about our story at: About Us

Kenneth can be found on LinkedIn: https://au.linkedin.com/in/kennethspringer

Legal / Terms & Conditions

All works, website and content are copyrighted to snapWONDERS™.

Some graphics content are co-owned or may have other criteria surrounding the copyrights. Please do not copy graphics content without consents.

You can see some of the beautiful photos from Australia displayed throughout snapWONDERS website on the home, contact us, about us, signup and login pages. These photos were taken by Ela using various different cameras (attribution details and profile coming soon - stay tuned).

The privacy policy is covered extensively at: Privacy Policy

goldenSoftwareENGINEERS® the team behind snapWONDERS are Registered Trademarks belonging to Golden Software Engineers Pty Ltd

snapWONDERS™ is a trademark belonging to goldenSoftwareENGINEERS®

Our terms of service and conditions is covered extensively at: Terms of Service & Conditions

Photos

The photo formats we currently support are detailed as follows:

  • We currently support the JPEG photo formats. JPEG stands for “Joint Photographic Experts Group”. It's a standard image format for containing lossy and compressed image data. JPEG files can also contain high-quality image data with a lossless compression.
  • There has been work underway to support PNG files and will be available mid May 2020.. PNG stands for “Portable Graphics Format”. This lossless data compression format was created to replace the Graphics Interchange Format (GIF). PNG file format is an open format with no copyright limitations. Like GIF images, PNG also have the ability to display transparent backgrounds.
  • There has been plans to support HEIC files by June 2020. HEIC is the file format name Apple has chosen for the new HEIF standard. HEIF stands for "High Efficiency Image Format", and, as the name suggests, is a more streamlined way of storing image files. Using advanced, modern compression methods it allows digital photographs to be created in smaller files sizes, all while retaining higher image quality than its JPEG alternative.