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What Pic Sharing Service Do You Use On The Incredible

Photo Sharing Service

  • Flickr

    Votes: 3 10.3%
  • Picasa

    Votes: 19 65.5%
  • Photobucket

    Votes: 4 13.8%
  • Other

    Votes: 3 10.3%

  • Total voters
Flickr currently. I've been using it lately for all my image uploads as it doesn't seem to have any of those annoying bandwidth limits, or at least known that I have noticed. It's worth signing up since there is, as you said, tight integration with our phones. I've used it a few times already and so far have only came out satisfied
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I want to upload stuff to print, not just share, and I haven't had much success with photobucket. Not a fan of Flickr, though I haven't used them My issue is that Flickr seems to have really lax privacy settings, but maybe that's just a setting that can be adjusted.

Does anyone use any apps that tie into Shutterfly (my preferred), Snapfish or the like? I saw an app in the marketplace that uploads directly to shutterfly and such, but I also don't want EVERY picture I take with my phone uploaded, just the ones I select - the app I looked at automatically pushes all you pics to the site (unless I read it wrong). There is no need for the 'saturday night out w/ the girls' ones to be uploaded. :p
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I've used PB more than anything else in the past but I also use Picassa. Figured since I'm running a Google phone, might as well get more comfy with Picassa.

Thats pretty much the boat I was in, i just wanted to not have to worry about opening another account somewhere like flickr or pb. Do you currently use an app for picassa management?

Argent said:
I use Flickr for my high quality photography and photobucket for my junk I just need to host

Out of curiosity, do you use Flickr because it is better quality? More secure? More space? Just trying to figure out why it is a popular choice.
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