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Snappr.eu – Tweet Images From Your Phone

How do you upload a picture to TwitPic when there’s actually no 3G or Internet connection available? Easy. You use this service instead. Snappr makes for having images tweeted from one’s mobile phone, regardless of actually being able to access the Internet or not. All that users are required to do is to text ‘PIC’ along with their unique TwitPic email addresses to 84433. By doing so, any picture that they have...

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Grid.vvall.com – Your Photos In A List

Instagram, Dailybooth, TwitPic… people use these services in exactly the same proportion to have their images shared online. None of these could be termed the photo sharing service par excellence. They all coexist. And that poses some really big practical difficulties – you can only follow someone if you ask someone which service he is using to have his images shared. Or if you are willing to search on one service after...

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TwitpicToFlickr.com – Sync Twitpic And Flicrk

This new site does exactly what its name suggests: it lets you synchronize your Twitpic and Flickr accounts. By using this service, any photo that you upload to Twitpic will also become available on your Flickr profile. Getting Twitpic To Flickr to work is accomplished in a simple (and free) three-step process. You have to provide your email address (both for communication and authentication purposes) and then link up the profiles by...

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Stalkeame.com – Find Where Pictures Were Taken

Not even a true globetrotter could place half the pictures that are uploaded to TwitPic on an hour alone. It is not just a matter of volume – it is also a question of remoteness. People from just any corner of the world can upload their images to TwitPic. Nobody could have such a wide vision of the world. Yet, a service like Stalkeame can. This web application can take care of analyzing the EXIF data of any picture that gets...

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Ploy.co – Search Images Posted On Twitter

We can define Ploy as a search engine for images posted on Twitter. The site operates in real time, and it uses the TwitPic API in order to retrieve the images that have been tweeted for each particular search query. As it is often the case with sites such as this one, the most popular search terms are highlighted on the main page. This will let you save time in the event you are looking for anything that has been trending recently...

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