Photo-sharing and -storage sites Picasa Web (click for Picasa's PC download) and Photobucket announced new mobile interfaces this week. While m.photobucket.picasaweb and com.google.com/mobile (or via Google's new mobile interface: mobile.google.com) grant access to online albums from any mobile browser, the interface on iPhone's full Safari browser is still a special case. Phone's large, sharp screen is ideal for viewing slide shows, but bars users from uploading iPhone photos to Web sites directly. Учебник По Экологии Шилов read more. While this leaves Picasa handcuffed as a mobile photo viewer essentially, Photobucket's site provides an account-linked e-mail address for users to send photographs that are then pushed to their Photobucket accounts. Miro improves search and torrenting read more. It's a decent roundabout uploading technique that's legal under warranty, until Apple permits direct video and picture uploading. Both Picasa and Photobucket for iPhone display personal albums and search fields for seeking out public images from each sites' larger community. Маргелов Василий Филиппович Фильм here.
Photobucket throws in a few suggested search items on the log-in page, like all photographs tagged "glitter," but has a clumsier linear display that won't produce iPhone slide shows and fails to resize when flipped horizontally. Picasa's more polished interface offers a much cleaner user experience that also makes better make use of the iPhone's dimensions, passes the "iPhone flip" test, and also provides a quick link to Google's other mobile services, like Google Reader, the calendar, and Gmail. Программу Reaper С Кейгеном.
If Google's Picasa were to adopt a photo-upload workaround, it would easily be superior to Photobucket, whose full version already outstrips Picasa Web in features that include video uploads and wide distribution options. Биомицин Для Животных Инструкция there. However, Picasa users who don't mind uploading iPhone images via their PC will enjoy the flexible viewing that mimics iPhone's native photo-viewing.