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March 2, 2011

Upload & Share Photos On All Networking Sites From A Single Interface

Filed under: Photo — Tags: , , , , , , — Kabir @ 3:14 pm

Internet has made our lifestyle so easy and comfortable. We can do so many things, to be generally particular, we can do almost anything. Web sites such as Facebook, Twitter , Picassa, MySpace etc. have made sharing photos with our loved ones extremely easy. But, for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.

With so many web sites to choose from, more time is spent on creating accounts and hence uploading photos.┬áSo, to counter this problem, a group of web developers have made dropico.com. It’s a simple and easy to use web site that allows users to upload photos at one place which in turn will update all your albums (on different networking sites). Yes, there are online tools that allow you do that, but dropico is different. It has introduced for the first time, the drag and drop service to update your albums.

How to Use Dropico.com

Step I: The first step is to create an account. On the homepage itself, there is a “Create Account” icon. Click on that icon to register for free

Step II: After registering, a confirmation e-mail is sent to your e-mail id. For activation of your account, click on the activation link sent to you. Another feature that caught our eye, is the one that allows transfer of photos from mobile phone directly to dropico. For this a unique MOBI e-mail address is also sent along with the confirmation link

Step III: The first important screen is the one listing the available social media sites that can be used in Dropico and allow you to connect to any that you have an account with. Once connected, you get to toggle switches to choose whether Dropico has access to the accounts you connected or not

Once done, you’re ready to use the web site and exploit its features for your comfort. I transferred photos from my Facebook account to my Twitter account without logging-in to either of them, by simply drag-and-drop.

Our Rating: 4/5 | www.dropico.com/

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  1. […] Web sites such as Facebook, Twitter , Picassa, MySpace etc. have made sharing photos with our loved ones extremely easy. But, for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. With so many web sites to choose from, more time is spent on creating accounts and hence uploading photos. So, to counter this problem, a group of web developers have made dropico. Continue Reading […]

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