Uploading pictures to a number of clouds
by on October 14, 2010
The BlackBerry eco system is good in that it allows you to customise the interoperability of the phone – add the Facebook app and you can upload to Facebook from the camera menu.
But not all services have this feature, so iTookThisOnMyPhone intends to let you do just that from the handset – albeit in a separate application.
You can set it so Twitter, Facebook, Picasa, Flickr and more can accept files from your phone, although you need to authorise each separately.
However, that’s where the application gets a little bit scary, as many users will worry that giving out so many passwords will be dangerous to one application.
Plus, you have to manually set the option to make sure the phone doesn’t auto upload, as it instantly does to its own website where you have an account once signed in.
In addition, the Facebook element didn’t work for us – although it’s irrelevant if you have it already installed on the phone as a separate app, as you can simply shoot photos up from the camera anyway.
An interesting addition to the BlackBerry ecosystem, but needs to be a little more obvious about what it’s doing with all the passwords and sort out some of the photo sharing sites that don’t work.
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