Free plan - 10GB
Pro plan - 1000GB
Hula Gallery is great for social sharing. You can share via Facebook, Facebook Messenger, Instagram, Twitter, or old school email.
Yes! When you’re creating a gallery, you can adjust settings to enable or disable individual image download and full gallery download. For the full gallery, you also have the option to password protect the download.
Hula Gallery Pro users are able to add a custom domain for their account - your clients will never even know that you’re using our app!
Photos can be uploaded from any local device and through Dropbox, OneDrive or Google Drive.
You can also upload directly from Hula Booth events by linking the apps using your unique API key.
Of course! You can password protect your galleries and even hide it from the public index, so only those with the URL have access.
We fully support MP4s! We also create GIF assets from the MP4 for optimised web viewing so that your galleries look lively and animated.
You can completely remove all Hula Booth branding and replace it with your own! You can add your own logos and icons to the entire gallery page, and even at the individual gallery level. This means that your clients can have their own event branding for their galleries.
Yes, this can be done when creating or editing an individual gallery under ‘Advanced Settings’. You can pick and choose what combination of sharing options you would like to offer guests.
Protect your images by adding either a text or image watermark to them directly - all from the app. You can write your own custom text and select the font and colour, or upload an image from your device. For both you can adjust the scale, opacity, and select the watermark's placement.
In your account settings, you can view either the gallery statistics or usage statistics.
Gallery statistics show you the gallery views, image views, downloads and shares.
Usage statistics show you the storage used, the number of galleries and the number of images.
You can view your storage usage from your account settings. Disk space usage can be seen under Plan & Billing or Usage Statistics. From Usage Statistics you’re also able to view the space each individual gallery is using by selecting it from the drop-down menu under ‘Usage Details’.