Say you just got home from a vacation, and you literally have hundreds of photos you want to share with friends and family. You could irk them all by emailing them your photos in multiple emails, or you could share them on Facebook or Google+ , but not all of your friends and family are on Facebook and then there's always the question of privacy on Social networks. What's one to do? If a better option is needed, file sharing and dedicated cloud storage sites are the answer. Both these offer easy ways to share large batches of photos online for free. No longer are you tied to your email client or social media for sharing photos.
Yahoo have announced massive changes to its struggling Flickr photo sharing website. Flickr used to be the biggest photo sharing site on the internet until Facebook and Instagram exploded onto the scene. The Flickr announcement was overshadowed by Yahoo’s aquisition of Tumblr for $1.1 billion, but it’s still big news for Flickr users, and anyone who likes to share photos online. Here is a quick view of the major changes: Free TB of storage for everyone Photos dislpayed in full resolution New interface design Major overhaul of upgrade plans 1 TB of free storage This is probably the biggest news
I’ve been wondering for so long now why Instagram is taking its time to release an Android app. Streamzoo is slowly but surely building a crowd of cool users uploading and sharing great photos taken using their Android phones. Now, another photo-sharing app has been released and it happens to be the mobile application of one of the oldest photo-sharing site on the web. I’m talking about Flickr. Yes, one of Yahoo’s steadiest web service, Flickr now has an Android app. It’s out there in the Android Market and pretty soon, together with Streamzoo and other similar apps will beat
Google’s Picasa Web Albums is a popular destination for storing your photos online. With over 1GB of free storage you can store a large number of photos in Picasa. It also gives the users the option to create online albums which can be shared easily with family and friends. If you have a collection of photos on Picasa and wish to transfer them to Facebook, Flickr or Live photos – manually saving/downloading each photo can be a tedious process. However with the Picasa Web Proxy tool, the transfer process is made easy. Lets look at how it works. Picasa Web