Zaplife is new way of sharing for the professional to the aspiring photographer.
Post to your photo stream to share. Follow photographers that interest you. Enjoy a daily flow of great photography. Post great content to get exposure. Comment, like, follow, make friends. Enjoy a social stream of photo discovery.
Zaplife is also fully available on the web at Zaplife.com. We are working hard to soon release new versions for the iPhone and iPad to make the mobile experience even better.
- Your own profile http://zaplife.com/username.
- Upload original photos with full EXIF data.
- Upload multiple photos simultaneously.
- Make photos searchable with caption and tags.
- Automatic geotagging.
- Upload as many photos as you want, for free!
- Social interaction with comments and likes.
- News feed with social updates from your friends.
- Photo discovery with search and photos near you.
- Easily find your friends via Facebook and Twitter.
- Single sign-on with Facebook.
- Share your posts to Twitter and Facebook.
- Background uploading.
Support for iOS 6 and iPhone 5.
Ratings and Reviews
I read about this app online and was so excited for an alternative to instagram just to mix it up a little, but I'm disappointed in this app. 1. I can't upload any photos, despite their file size. 2. The interface is confusing 3. It crashes frequently. Ill keep it in hopes of an update but as for now this app is useless.
PLEASE FIX UPLOADING ISSUE
I really want to give this app 5 stars because I absolutely love how accessible it makes the website. It's a clean layout, easy to use, etc.
However, I've tried NUMEROUS times to upload from my iPhone and it will not let me no matter what I do. When I click on my photo album to pull up my photo(s), there's nothing there. It's a blank screen.
Please fix this! If you do, I will be sure to come back and give the app full stars.
Nice clan interface
I was looking for a way to view and edit students photos
I know that there are many hosting sites out there, but I was looking for something that did not get in the way of viewing the actual images
ZapLife was the one, it is clear to see that they have respect for the image it's self
Also I was having a problem with what turned out to be an obscure bug that would probably only affect a few people, they were right on top of it
Can't say how happy I was to find them
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.