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Upload pic to internet ??

Discussion in 'Android Applications' started by olletsocmit, Dec 30, 2009.

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    I am looking for some type of app for my pictures to be hosted online. I have a real ftp server but can not find anything that is good like it is on my comp. so i am looking for something like photobucket, but i think photobucket looses quality when you upload pics. I wanta be able to upload my pics and backgrounds, etc. any ideas
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    Well there is, in fact, a photobucket app, but photobucket does lower the resolution of your pictures. I just uploaded a ~1Mb picture @ 2592x1936 that I took on my phone and when I DLd the picture from Photobucket it was 151Kb @ 1023x764. I would bet that many of the free services shrink your photos down, but I don't know for sure. The only image services I really use are Twitter-oriented ones (like yfrog integrated into a Twitter client)... not exactly what you seem to be looking for.

    I know this doesn't really help, but I figured it would at least confirm the photobucket quality thing.
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