Between Instagram, Facebook, Flickr and Twitter, you probably have a lot of photographs that you’ve uploaded to the web. It becomes a pretty unwieldy task trying to keep track of all your images in so many different places. While there have been a few sites to pop up that aim to merge the experience, making it easy to access all of your online photos in one place, few do it as well as Stipple.
Sharing photos is one of the most common things we do online. If once upon a time we could show our memories only to those we actually met in person, today it’s super easy to share every little snapshot we take with the world. It’s so easy, in fact, that it’s sometimes hard to choose how to do it exactly.
Instagram, one of the darlings of the social media world, has proven to be an amazing success for its owners, with Facebook buying the company last year. Instagram’s founders aren’t the only one’s finding success through the social network. It’s users are also finding that Instagram has proven to be a key ingredient to a complete social media profile online, while others have created a network of interesting apps built around Instagram.
Videos have become only easier to compile, combine, and compose. YouTube crossed over to 1 billion users just a few days ago and despite the presence of very good alternatives like Vimeo, it is the de-facto home for online videos. So, it makes sense to upload your first photo slideshow to YouTube.