Right off the bat, you notice Phandy.com has something different to offer.
For once, it allows you to share images with all of your friends, and on the other hand, it works a lot like Twitter. How can this be? Well, instead of seeing the microblogging tidbits your friends share, you’ll see links to images.
What’s this good for? Well, it allows you to share your pictures (even those you already have uploaded to other services) with a simple click, making sharing your images with anyone easier than it already is (and that’s saying a lot, as sharing an image couldn’t be easier). The microblogging format has been tried already for sharing images, but not with this much success.
If they could get this to integrate with Twitter, it would be a hit. I don’t know if people would choose this over Twitter, but if they could get this feature for their Twitter accounts, then it’d be a definite winner.
Phandy.com In Their Own Words
“Phandy is a service for friends, family, and co–workers to communicate and stay connected through the exchange of quick, frequent answers to one simple question: What are you seeing.”
Why Phandy.com It Might Be A Killer
Once some details are polished, it could turn into a whole new way to share images.
Some Questions About Phandy.com
Will people use this? Couldn’t they make it better by integrating current online albums like Picasa and Flickr?