How Do You Share Photos Across the Web?


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Yesterday, I bought some interesting things at the grocery store. I had to snap pictures and upload them through Instagram. This site gives you an interesting and unique way to share photos taken with your mobile device on the web in a simple manner. All you have to do is take your picture, select your preferred visual style through the presets and upload it to the web. By doing this, you can share your images across networks such as Twitter, Facebook and Flickr.

The problem is that until now there was no easy way to browse everyone’s images on the web. If you weren’t connected to a person in some way, you’d miss out on all the great shots they were sharing. With the introduction of Extragram, though, all of that is about to change.

Extragram uses Instagram’s API to create a new and simple way for people to browse through photos. Instead of relying on the mobile app or even direct links, you can log in and browse Instagram photos within your browser.

Yes, I did just take a picture of the Extragram logo to upload through my Instagram account. If you would like to follow me on the site, just search for my l0ckergn0me username and add me. I tend to take a lot of pictures… I’ll snap shots of silly thing, beautiful things and shiny things. I love to share bits and pieces of my life through photographs, and you never know what you’ll find each day.

The challenging part of using Instagram is choosing which filter to use for any given picture. You have to add exactly the right one to get your point across! Once you’ve done that, it’s time to finally share it out and let others discover what you’ve done through Extragram.

How do you share photos across the web?

6 thoughts on “How Do You Share Photos Across the Web?”

  1. I use Flickr mostly, then occasionally I’ll post pictures to facebook and last, I use one of the complimentary services for Twitter (twitpic or yfrog) depending on what twitter client I’m using. But… to browse for pictures, i LOVE the way that cooliris presents pictures on your desktop (mac or pc). It creates this beautiful 3d wall of pictures for you to look through quickly and stuff. It’s pretty amazing. 

  2. I use Flickr mostly, then occasionally I’ll post pictures to facebook and last, I use one of the complimentary services for Twitter (twitpic or yfrog) depending on what twitter client I’m using. But… to browse for pictures, i LOVE the way that cooliris presents pictures on your desktop (mac or pc). It creates this beautiful 3d wall of pictures for you to look through quickly and stuff. It’s pretty amazing. 

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