By Kento Studios Ltd.
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The SnapUp uploads/Shares photo from iPhone to users Social Network Accounts, Web Album and Personal Folder in Web Application.
SNAPUP DOES NOT STORE USERS PHOTO. SnapUp is the only application that cares users personal data security.
SnapUp Provides The Easiest User Interface.
-Uploads photo from your iPhone to Facebook, Flickr and Dropbox.
-Shoots a photo and upload it to acebook, Flickr and Dropbox.
-Selects a photo from album and upload it to Facebook, Flickr and Dropbox.
-needs to login only once to upload photos.
-Supports compression for faster upload.
- Simple uploading, does not need any settings.
Compatible with iPhone
Requires iPhone OS 3.2 or later
Application Size: 1 MB
Kento Studios Ltd.
What's New in Version 2.0
Now you can also upload your snaps to DropBox. The User Interface is More Easy. And Extended Localizations are Italian and Portuguese
Not just a bad app. Remarkably bad.
How do you use the iPhone and iPad to upload pictures to social services? Well, many of the services have tools of their own. But what if there was a tool that would let you upload pictures from your device to all of the social services. There is one! It's a worthless app called snapup.
Snapup could be considered a verb, but my advice would be to never do it. The interface is simply pathetic. A home page, and accounts control page, a page to upload pictures, and a page to buy even more dreck from this software author. Incredibly, the home page is nothing but a splashscreen with colorful icons that do nothing when you touch them. Not only is that screen useless, but it takes up one of the four pages presented to you when the app opens. The next screen allows you to choose social media accounts and log into them. I tried this for Facebook and Flickr and it seemed to work fine.
Then there is an upload page. It makes some sense to allow the user to upload both new images captured with the camera and images from the Photo Roll. But the only option to go along with the upload is to provide a caption. No folders, albums, metadata, or any other options related to the photo. Edit the photo before you upload it? You must be kidding. So I tried uploading a seasonal photo to Flickr. The immediate response was a human-unreadable error message that the API had failed. Repeated attempts continued to fail.
The entire functionality of this app is to allow you to log into social media sites, fail to upload pictures to them, and buy new software from the people who produced this piece of dreck.
And, remember that Apple reviewed this piece of software before allowing it to be in the App Store. Amazing.
In our Bad Apps rating system this rates a full five Black Holes out of five. A complete and total waste of 99-cents.
- Category: Photo & Video
- Updated: Jul 19, 2011
- Version: 2.0
- Size: 0.7 MB
- Languages: English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish
- Seller: Kento Studios
- © 2009 Kento Studios Ltd.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.