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16 Free Image Hosting Websites for Your Photos Reviews of the Best Image Hosting Websites BY STACY FISHER A good free image hosting website will give you a convenient place to store your photos so you can access and share them quickly and easily. Some of these free image hosting websites also include basic editing capabilities like resizing, cropping, and adding effects. It can be a great way to share to your photos with others. Each image hosting website works a little bit differently so be sure to read the specifics before deciding on one. You'll want to consider the storage size, file size, types of files you can upload, and ease of uploading your photos. Some additional features you'll come across included allowable direct linking, image galleries, HTML links, editing features, and privacy settings. 01 Imgur ••• Use Imgur to store an unlimited number of your photos without ever worrying about them expiring. All your images are kept online forever until you decide to remove them. Anyone can upload images to Imgur but you can also create a free account to manage privacy, create albums easier, add captions, and upload images via email attachments. The following image file types can be uploaded to Imgur: JPG, JPEG, PNG, GIF, APNG, TIF, TIFF, BMP, PDF, and XCF. Non-animated files can be up to 50 MB in size while GIFs can be as large as 200 MB. Upload pictures to Imgur by pasting them onto the website, selecting one from your computer, or entering the URL of the image. There are plenty of Imgur apps that make it easier to upload images from desktop and mobile devices. Direct linking is allowed and you're also given links for embedding the image in HTML or adding it to message boards and forums. 02 imgbox ••• imgbox offers unlimited storage and zero expiration dates for images you upload. Files can be up to 10 MB in size and of the JPG, GIF, or PNG file type. Direct linking, drag and drop uploading, image galleries, and simultaneous uploads are supported through imgbox. In addition to direct links you can also find get HTML and message board friendly codes. A free imgbox account is optional but is used to revisit your images and galleries to find their public links. 03 Use ••• Image files uploaded to Use stay for an indefinite period of time and can be of any size, but they're displayed at a maximum of 8 megapixels. The bulk upload feature allows up to 100 images to be sent to Use at once. After uploading, you can send links to your email or view a gallery link if you've uploaded more than one image, copy HTML thumbnail links, and see links that can be used for message boards and full-size views. Direct image links are not given. Create a free account with Use to retrieve images you've uploaded, remove images from your account, and change privacy settings. 04 Uploads.im ••• Uploads.im supports multiple image uploads at once with a single file limit of 10 MB. You can also import images from a URL. The following are the supported file types: JPG, PNG, GIF, BMP, TIFF, PSD, and PDF. Before uploading, you can choose to shorten the URL and/or adjust the width of an image to resize it without distorting its proportions. After an upload, direct, HTML, and BBCode links are given. There are browser extensions for Chrome and Firefox to enable context menu uploading from any website. Images uploaded to Upload.im are not removed after a certain period of time and there are no restrictions on the number of picture files you can upload. However, you can not delete a photo once you've uploaded it to Uploads.im. 05 ImageBam ••• ImageBam supports unlimited uploads and downloads for JPG, GIF, and PNG files that are under 10 MB. You can alternatively upload a ZIP file full of images so long as the archive is less than 250 MB. Direct linking is not supported with ImageBam. You can register to edit images, organize photos into galleries, and add a title and description to galleries. 06 Postimage ••• A list of URLs or multiple local images can be uploaded to Postimage at once. This can be done through the website as well as with the desktop software for Windows. The maximum upload size is 8 MB, and the images can be resized before finishing processing. Postimage supports PDF and PSD files in addition to more common images files like JPG, PNG, GIF, BMP, and TIFF. Multiple image uploads creates a gallery that can be shared with others via a unique link. Individual files can be shared via a direct link. A free account can be created to resize and keep track of your uploads as well as create custom galleries and delete existing uploads. 07 Photobucket ••• You must register for a free account to upload images to Photobucket. Users will get 2 GB of storage for hosting images. You may even qualify for 8 GB of extra storage by downloading the mobile app. You can upload images from your computer, a URL, or from your Facebook account. Uploads from a computer can be in the form of a whole folder or just single files. GIF, JPG, JPEG, PNG and BMP file types are supported with no restriction on the size. However, GIF images must be under 5 MB and/or not exceed 800 frames. You're able to view links for images that have been uploaded but true direct linking isn't supported. Albums can be created with Photobucket and shared with others over email and with the public. 08 TinyPic ••• Use TinyPic to upload images by URL or ones from your computer. Only one image can be uploaded at once and they can not exceed 1600 pixels in length or width. Anything larger is automatically resized. Acceptable formats include JPG, PNG, GIF, and BMP. Before an upload, you can choose to resize it to one of six preset sizes. You also need to enter a captcha code before sending photos to TinyPic. Images that are not viewed for 90 days will be removed from TinyPic. You can register with TinyPic for free to upload multiple images, edit uploads, store pictures indefinitely, delete photos, and create albums. 09 GifyU ••• You can use GifyU to host files from your own computer or ones from a URL. This hosting site accepts PNG, JPG, GIF, and BMP image files, no larger than 100 MB in size. GifyU supports multiple image uploads so you don't have to select single files - you can add more images at one time for quicker uploads. Direct links are given after uploads as well as view links, HTML codes, and BBCodes. Also, your images are posted to the gallery, here, when uploaded. Create a free account with GifyU and you can create private and public photo albums. 10 IMGHST ••• This is probably one of the easiest image hosting websites to use. There are no user accounts you have to create and the website has a very simple design. Just drag and drop up to 10 files at once that are each less than 10 MB in size onto the IMGHST website, and they'll immediately begin uploading. You'll get the direct links to each of them once they're fully uploaded. 11 ImageUpper.com ••• ImageUpper.com has no hosting expiration, accepts multiple uploads at once, doesn't limit bandwidth, and accepts 3 MB files that are in GIF, JPG, or PNG format. Before uploading pictures, you're able to choose to optimize the images for faster downloads by stripping tags and other unnecessary things from the file, reportedly without a loss in quality. Direct links to images are not given but you're able to right-click them and copy the URL to use for linking. You can optionally make a free account with ImageUpper.com for viewing all your images, getting URLs for sharing them, and deleting any past upload. 12 ImageBin ••• Only one image less than 3 MB can be uploaded to ImageBin at one time. The file type can be JPG, JPEG, PNG, GIF, or BMP. You're able to add image tags, adjust the thumbnail width, enter a title for the image, and choose how long the picture should stay online. The expiration can be 1 day, 1 week, 6 months, or completely disabled so it's available forever. Direct linking is available if you choose the "Download Image" link after it uploads. 13 ImageVenue ••• ImageVenue supports uploading JPG and JPEG files as long as they are under 3 MB. Multiple uploads are supported with no limitation on bandwidth or storage capacity. However, direct linking is not acceptable. Files that haven't been accessed in 1 year will be removed. 14 ImageTitan ••• ImageTitan only allows uploads that don't exceed 1.5 MB. You can use a web browser to upload images one at a time or connect to ImageTitan through an FTP client to send up to 100 picture files at once. GIF, JPG, JPEG, and PNG are the allowed file types. There is no expiration on your uploads as well as no bandwidth limits. Direct link addresses aren't given out for ImageTitan uploads. Pictures display on a webpage with other text and links. Something I don't like about ImageTitan is that you must enter a captcha code to upload images. Also, because you can't create an account, you must retain the deletion code to remove your images at a later date. 15 ImageFra.me ••• You must sign up with ImageFra.me to upload images and they can not be more than 2 MB. You're able to upload multiple images at once, make uploads private, and optionally create an album. Images can be in any of these file types: JPG, GIF, PNG, BMP, and PDF. HTML links and direct URLs to the pictures are given. SOURCE
mona posted a topic in Mobile ManiaLooks like a new problem with pictures, that don't show up ! Have no idea why, since all of them are linked to my POSTIMAGE account. Hi @Undertaker Long time not to see ... I let PostImage service copy the link to my clipboard, and then just pasted it here. Could you maybe suggest what I could do in particular to get rid of that space ? (I'll try reposting all pics in the meantime, hope it helps...)
Facebook has started rolling out an update to its photo tagging system that will now scan newly uploaded photos and alert all the users it recognizes in that image by default. "These new features help you find photos that you’re not tagged in and help you detect when others might be attempting to use your image as their profile picture," said Joaquin Quiñonero Candela, Director, Applied Machine Learning at Facebook. Feature may actually prove helpful The Facebook photo tagging system works by scanning each image users upload on the site, looking for human faces. The system detects faces and computes a string of numbers (called template) for each face. It then compares this template to the face templates of other Facebook users and uses the results as friend suggestions for the photo tagger system. If a user wishes to tag a friend in the photo, that friend will receive a notification. The new system that Facebook has started rolling out will send notifications to all users found in newly uploaded photos, not just those that have been actively tagged. Facebook hopes this new tool will help curb abuse, bots, and account impersonators. A variation of this facial recognition system will also be deployed for users with visual impairments as well. Facebook will use the same facial recognition scanner to detect people not tagged in an image and inform the user who's in the photo. Rollout information The system will roll out to all countries except Canada and the EU, where the company has not deployed its photo-tagging mechanism —a basic facial recognition algorithm— due to local user privacy laws. The state of this new facial recognition system will be synced to the photo tag suggestions feature. Facebook says that if a user has photo tagging notifications disabled, he won't receive notifications when others upload photos of the user. The user must visit the Facebook settings page and change the status of the new Face Recognition option to his liking. https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/technology/facebook-will-alert-you-when-someone-else-uploads-a-photo-of-you/