Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Top 5 Android Apps for Sharing Photos.

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We live in an era of hyper-mobility and this has made us a lot dependent on technology. Sharing photos through a variety of social media platforms has become a usual daily habit. Here are 5 photo sharing apps for Android that will make your life easier:

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Unless you have been living in a cave for the past few years, you probably know what Instagram is. The app was purchased by Facebook about a year back, and at the instant, it is the trendiest social platform for sharing photos online. As a matter of fact, Instagram could with no trouble be featured in the editing category as well, but we decided that its most noteworthy impact has been as a sharing medium. So, if you want people to see, like, and share your photographs, you should unquestionably become a member of the huge Instagram society.

2. Postagram

Postagram is certainly a photo-sharing app, but it may not be the type of sharing that you had in mind. With it, you can twist photographs into high-resolution postcards, printed on glossy paper, and send them anywhere in the world for little over a dollar. If you are traveling around the world, you can easily stay in contact with your loved ones at home.

3. SnapChat

Snapchat has a humorous way of sharing your photographs with the rest of the world. The complete idea is to quickly take a funny video or photo and then send it over to your friends. As soon as they see it, it will disappear.

4. DropBox

Dropbox is without a doubt the best tool for sharing images(with yourself). Stop thinking about the days when you had to attach your Smartphone to your computer all the way through USB. With Dropbox, all you have to do is connect to the internet on both devices and it will robotically share your photos, documents and videos. If you want to access your files, you can just share a link with friends and family.

5. Flickr

Flickr is one of the most well-liked platforms for people who like to share their photos. It lets its users take pictures with the app’s camera, and directly share it on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and Flickr groups. Like Instagram, it also has a few editing features, and it is hands-down the best way to share high-resolution photos.


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