When it comes to photo sharing and mobile platforms, there are simply not enough apps to keepup. With the constant updated releases of innovative electronic devices such as the iPhone, theuse of photo sharing apps is exploding.
The more common photo sharing apps have been designed for Android use as a way to makesharing the photos we love more efficient. With so many apps on the market, it can be confusingto choose just one. There are several apps that are noted for their dedication on sharing photosrather than focusing on the large social media networks.
An app that is being watched by the next generation, Snapr is a community photo-sharing appwith a geographical emphasis. Users can upload their photos and share them across numeroussocial networks, including Snapr’s own website. The app focuses on sharing images from certainplaces and presents users with a rich geographical map as an added feature. The Snapr app isuser friendly, has great editing tools and a nice UI.
Developed by Thai Tran, this photo-sharing platform is relatively new to the scene. Complete witha wide host of filters and rich UI, it also has a built in camera and allows users post to a variety ofmedia including Tumblr, Flickr, Twitter, FourSquare, Facebook and of course to your Lightboxprofile.
Created by Cooliris, this photo-sharing network offers users a web and mobile service, althoughthe mobile portion is sadly quite basic. The app however, is great for its rich web interfaces andeasy uploads. You can also view streams and add friends. The app does work quiet well and hasheaps of potential for those looking for a simple photo-sharing app service.
As one of the largest and well-known photo sharing platforms out there, Flickr provides users witha great experience with its alternative camera, practical tagging functions and multitude of filters.Flickr users can also enjoy the apps speedy turnaround time from photo-taking to photo-sharing.This easy to use, responsive app, which is owned by Yahoo!, also has a great UI and functionalityof Yahoo apps, including their e-mail. App junkies will love Flickr for its ability to download entirealbums, single photos and access contacts all in one simple application.
A big up-and-coming that has bloggers blogging and mobile users holding their breath, thismobile app allows users to share their favourite photos with friends and family as well as interact around the photos in an extremely secure way. The app is stable and the UI and other optionswork well.
A definite big-name in the internet photo-sharing world, Photobucket is a popular app that allowsyou to upload, download and share photos from the site to large social media places such asFacebook and Twitter. The company has also released another app called Photosnap that allowsusers to add filters, frames and edit their photos. The app is great for tagging photos and its auto-upload feature.