The pictures perfect trio
By Adarsh Matham
14th October 2012 12:00 AM
Snapjoy: Snapjoy may be the newest kid on the block. But it is the best online photo organiser available. Starters get 5GB of free cloud storage which can be increased up to 100GB in easy ways like integrating your Twitter account or inviting friends. Snapjoy gathers your photos from all corners of the Internet, be they are on Picassa, Flickr, Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.
You can also use the provided uploaders to manually upload photos from your Mac/PC or any external hard drives or memory cards. Once uploaded, Snapjoy organises the photos in a neat timeline according to the time when the pictures were snapped. You can share those photos with friends and family. And if you were to lose any photos due to any mishap, you can re-download full resolution copies from Snapjoy. With an upcoming beautiful iOS and Android apps, Snapjoy is a must have for anyone with thousands of photos.
If you have photos in a lot of places, there is nothing better than Everpix to organise them and store them in cloud. All you need to do is download the Everpix client on your Mac, PC or iOS device which will find all the photos on the device whichever folder they are in. Or you can link up services like Facebook and Flickr. Then it organises them by the time when the photos were snapped. Unlike Snapjoy you get unlimited storage, but also unlike Snapjoy you will have to pay $40 per year. For that money you get great photo organisation, the ability to watch all your photos anywhere, and the ability to share your photos easily.
With DropShots, you can store and share high quality photos and video. You get an easy drag-n-drop uploader with which you can upload your content which is stored securely and sorted by date. You can share the photos and videos with your friends and the unique feature of DropShots is that the people you share content with can give feedback on your content, onto which you can join in making it a conversation. Apart from sharing another unique feature is that you get one-click posting to services like Blogger and Facebook. On a free basic service, you can store up to 500 photos, 20 videos of two-minute duration without ads. If you are willing to pay $4.95 per month, you get unlimited storage with premium customer support.
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