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I have got a few gigabytes of photos lying around in my harddisk. Thanks to digital cameras and smartphones, now everyone has got a load of them too. Stashing them away in an external hard disks or DVDs doesn’t actually serve the purpose. Uploading them to one of the many image sharing and portfolio apps is one way to go.

Not only the images are backed up, you get to share those images with friends and family. And if you are professional photographer, it has never been easier to create a portfolio to show your prospective clients. After the break, you can find a bunch of web apps to share your precious moments with your loved ones during the holiday season.


Social networks have made sharing so much fun. Sharing images in particular has never been so easy. Just upload your images and they’re up for all your friends and family to see. The icing on the cake is that most of these services are free. Photo sharing is an integral part of all social networks and given the public craze towards sharing images, dedicated social networks have popped up focusing only on sharing pictures.

DailyBooth is a popular social network centered around pictures. Interested in learning how interesting it turned out to be?


There are quite a few online photo management and gallery options out there, as we’ve covered in the Top 20 Photo Storage and Sharing Sites. It’s also hard for newcomers to compete with some of the heavyweights as shown in our Flickr, Picasa and SmugMug Shootout. Today, however, we’ll take a look at a promising new contender in the photo management field.

PicsEngine sports a sexy interface that also makes great use of today’s newer web technologies. It also takes a different approach to pricing, which may be refreshing to those looking for a new option for managing their photos. Read on for an in-depth look at this promising new web app.


Is there anything worse than scrolling through your music library and cringing every time you pass by an album with no artwork? Have you ever spent hours searching through Google Images to find blurred, low quality pictures of your favorite imported CD’s?

If yes, then 5byfive is a service that will make your day.