REQUIREMENTS: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.
Requires iPhone OS 3.1.3 or later.
To celebrate U.S. Labor Day weekend, PhotoUpLink is FREE until Monday, 6th September 2010. Cheers!
PhotoUpLink for iPhone and iPod Touch enables FTP and social photo sharing over WiFi. The FTP feature lets you send photos to any FTP site and generates an email for you containing links to the image files uploaded. Upload them to a Facebook or MySpace album with geolocation information.
Use the Select function to pick the images you want to transfer. Multiple images can be selected by touching them, and you can even select a group of photos from different albums. Video at www.photouplink.com illustrates this process.
The group of photos you have previously selected can also be uploaded to any FTP server. Enter the server/folder, username, and password for the destination. Enter an email address if you want an email of links after the transfer. The FTP destination information is stored in the application preferences for easy re-use.
PhotoUpLink is also available as an export plugin for iPhoto, Aperture and Windows. It features FTP and SFTP uploading, exporting to an ODBC database and easy creation of Office X PowerPoint and Word documents from selected photos. Excel spreadsheets and FileMaker databases of photo meta-data can also be created. Quicktime movies in the iPhoto library can be concatenated and panoramas made.
PhotoUpLink functionality for desktop and mobile can be co-branded and integrated with 3rd party services on request.
Visit www.photouplink.com for more information.
Complete rewrite for new user interface, social networking, and core FTP is now industry standard libcurl 7.2.0. You can specify a folder when FTP uploading images, or create a new folder on the server you are uploading to. You can login with Facebook Connect, specify an album name, and upload as many photos as you want into that album. Each album can include the location of where the upload was done, to the exact GPS coord and nearest street address. A list of photos can also be uploaded to your MySpace profile. You can attach more than 10 photos to an email, as many as the servers can handle. A run log keeps track of all errors and other server messages. Context sensitive help is included for all features on each screen.