Internet Tools | PhotoRocket 0.10.161
Date: 07/19/2011 10:40 PM
Size: 2.8 MB
Requires: OS X 10.5/10.6
Downloaded: 1706 times
TIP: MacBooster 2 - A powerful, recommended cleaner for your Mac.
Eye-opening simplicity. Single-step photo sharing:
• No more uploading, emailing, resizing, attaching, or lack of access to full resolution photos. Share photos as quickly as you take them with the simplest sharing technology ever. For you... and your family and friends.
• With PhotoRocket's apps for Windows, Mac, and iPhone, a single click sends photos to your friends via email, Facebook, Twitter, Flickr and other sites. With lots more destinations and devices coming.
Drag and drop. Or ctrl-click. It's your choice:
• Share any number of photos from anywhere on your Mac (not just your photo editing program). Drag and drop onto the dock from your desktop, folders, Mac Mail attachments, or iPhoto (or try the two-finger "right-click" on your track pad).
Simultaneously share to people and sites:
• You know your friends and family don't always like to view photos in the same way. Send the same photos to their favorite destinations whether it's email or a social site. All in the same step. No extra effort to please everyone, hero.
Unprecedented simplicity for recipients:
• No password needed.
• Who says an app can't give your friends a no-hurdles viewing, downloading and printing experience? After all they are your reason for sharing. Make them happy with no logging in and all-you-can-eat downloads. Full res mind you.
Photos from all your devices stored in one safe place:
• With every photo you share, from every computer, camera and phone you own, a full-resolution copy is automatically stored at PhotoRocket.com. Your photo world, now stored safely in a single online repository, is no longer fragmented and vulnerable to loss.
Full res photos backed up as you share:
• Why not expect a service to safely and automatically deposit a back up copy of every photo you share onto a website where you can get a full res copy?
OS X 10.5-10.6
Project has been abandoned.
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