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Topic: Image hosting app anyone?

Can anyone recommend a decent image sharing app?

I used to use imageshack, but they started charging. So I went over to ohotobucket, now they charge too.

I tried flickr but can’t seem to get it to show the images in a post, only generate links.

Anyone recommend an alternative?

TIA,

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Re: Image hosting app anyone?

I've used Photobucket in the past (cr@p), but now use and recommend Flickr. These are the steps:

In Flickr, make sure you're on your 'Photostream' page. Select the image.
To the bottom-right of the image, you'll see three icons. Left-click the downwards arrow.
Select 'View all sizes'.
Above the image, select the size you want.
Right-click the image and select 'Copy Image Location'.

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Re: Image hosting app anyone?

Quentin Quigley wrote:

I've used Photobucket in the past (cr@p), but now use and recommend Flickr. These are the steps:

In Flickr, make sure you're on your 'Photostream' page. Select the image.
To the bottom-right of the image, you'll see three icons. Left-click the downwards arrow.
Select 'View all sizes'.
Above the image, select the size you want.
Right-click the image and select 'Copy Image Location'.

Cheers for that.

I looked.... and looked..... aaaand looked.

Then I realised you’re talking about the full website and I’m using the mobile app, which apparently can’t direct link to images or something.

Christ I’m getting old.

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Vive le droit à la libre expression! Je suis Charlie!
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