Photobucket Launches Mobile Photo Application with Danger

SAN FRANCISCO — (BUSINESS WIRE) — Photobucket (http://photobucket.com), the Web’s premiere standalone photo and video sharing site, today announced the availability of a mobile Photobucket application exclusively for the T-Mobile Sidekick. Built in conjunction with Danger, Inc. (a Microsoft subsidiary), the software services provider for the mobile device, this feature-rich application enables users to access and interact with Photobucket media directly from anywhere.

The new application provides users with the richest mobile experience to date. Users upload photos and videos from their handset directly to their Photobucket album. From here, there are a number of options, including adding and editing titles, descriptions and tags, as well as rotating and resizing images. Additionally, users can:

  • Create a Photobucket account
  • Log into Photobucket to access their albums
  • Browse and search images and videos on Photobucket
  • Browse other users’ albums
  • Share images

“Photobucket is thrilled to team up with Danger to bring subscribers the most comprehensive mobile application for Photobucket to date,” said Alex Welch, President of Photobucket. “Photobucket is always seeking out ways to make photo sharing easier and more convenient and this collaboration enables our users to share and manage their photos easily while on the go.”

Users can download the application on-the-fly, directly from the on-device catalog and use it on a subscription basis for $1.99 per month. It’s easy to create a free Photobucket account for users that don’t already have one, from http://photobucket.com or directly from within the application. For more information, please visit http://photobucket.com/mobile.

Press Release and Information From Imaging Resource.

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