Pixelpipe Save & Share online
Upload photos and videos to social services
Pixelpipe Save & Share online Review
by on November 5, 2010
There are a couple of Pixelpipe apps on the Ovi Store and confusingly they only differentiate in the title which gets hidden if you look at the apps in a list on your phone.
This app is, however, the most useful, enabling you to upload photos and video to various sites across the web. Over 110 services are supported including many favourites such as Flickr, Picasa, Facebook, YouTube, MySpace, Vimeo, Dropbox, Twitter, TwitPic, Blogger, WordPress, Evernote and Photobucket.
The app asks you to set up an account when you first log in (unless you have one with Pixelpipe already) and enables you to edit the title, description and tags for your video or picture. Uploading can continue in the background, while you have full control over uploads, enabling them to be stopped or cancelled altogether. It’s also easy to add ‘pipes’ – a.k.a. new services to upload to – just enter your username and password into the window you’re given.
The only annoyance is that some of the configuration opens the standard Nokia browser, providing little continuity with the app. But that’s mostly just for configuration. When you get it going this is a flexible and easy-to-understand app for uploading media.
Download this app: Pixelpipe Share & Save online
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