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• SmugMug is a site that lets you upload images with a single click and then you can edit,
download, add tags ...
• To my mind has all the essentials and more to be a free version. The page layout though
simple, is easy to understand. The only drawback I see is that it is only available in English.
• I recommend this tool to anyone wanting to upload your photos and work with these.
• Wow, this site really enjoyed it. Flickr has everything you need to upload your images and
photos, modify and eventually published.
• You have 1TB (!) Of storage capacity, more than enough to upload thousands of files, you can
edit the title, description. add tags and set privacy options, if you want your gallery to be
• Once the file is uploaded, you can download it again to your computer if you want to, among
other things, how to share the image or add comments. The site is available in several
languages, including Spanish is included.
• The only "catch" is that I find having to register with Yahoo! to access content from Flickr,
besides having to add your phone number.
• I recommend this website for the design you have, the easier interaction with this and the
many options available at your fingertips.
• Imageshack is one of the websites to upload images to consider. It has limited capacity, so we
can upload as many as you want, a good vantage point. We also have the options of adding
tags and download the image.
• The page layout is simple, but for me it has a touch that makes it attractive and simple to use.
• I recommend to test the free trial period lasts 30 days, finishing this time, you may not
upload images, but you've previously uploaded will not be deleted unless you so indicate
• As with SmugMug, is available only in English, a real shame.
• Minus is a mobile application that lets you chat and upload images. It has unlimited ability to
upload photos and you can instantly send these if you're chatting with someone.
• Apart from this, it lacks some features but has button to download images, plus some extras.
• For me, being a mobile application has the advantage of being able to upload a picture at any
time, without being connected to a computer, but on the other hand, a mobile application
can not hold as much as a computer, plus it is exposed a series of updates that can be
annoying if they are frequent.
• As a last contribution, saying that the application is only available in English, but is easy to
• Photobucket is a tool to upload images that disappointed me a bit, at least the free version.
You have a maximum of 2GB available when Imageshack or SmugMug capacity is unlimited,
and does not allow you to add tags. On the other hand, has a very good editing tool, with
several interesting options, you can also put a title to your picture and then download it.
• As websites like this, is only available in one language, English.
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