By Sumit Passary email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Dec 26, 2012 01:09 PM EST
Most of the smartphones available in the market are now equipped with decent to high-end cameras, which many owners users to take pictures regularly. Picture taking increases during holiday season and picture sharing may become a tedious task, but iBeam.it simplifies photo sharing.
Users may share their pictures on any application like Facebook, Flickr, Twitter, Picasa, etc.; however, if a user has shared pictures on Picasa for example and the viewer does not have access to Picasa then it may get disappointing for both parties.
iBeam.it is a service that makes picture sharing easy by letting users to share photos from any service and letting the recipient pick where they want to receive them.
"How about sharing photos sent from your smartphone to a cloud storage or a social network to people you want to share but who are not a member of Facebook or using Instagram and Flickr. iBeam.it offers a seamless possibility to distribute your photos from sources like Facebook, Flickr, Instagram or Dropbox and Google Drive with a Beam," says iBeam.it. "The people you want to share with can choose how they will receive your photos. iBeam.it offers many possibilities of getting photos."
Users will need to give iBeam.it access to their photo sharing service account in order to receive the photos. Each time a user adds a photo to an album on Facebook and Flickr or to Instagram, it will be pushed to the service people following the photo sharer's Beam has chosen. The entire task of photo sharing will become easy if users start using iBeam.it.
Have you used iBeam.it to simplify photo-sharing? If yes, what do you think of the service?