Thread Contributor: Naiwen
Which image hosting Website do you prefer and why?
#1
I'll prefer tinypic because it's simple, easy to use, just upload a pic from any of your device and upload it. They even got the BBC code for forums, which is what I like about Tinypic. I used to love imgur, but since they changed their interface, I'm no longer it's fan.

#2
Hmm, that's interesting, we used to have our own image sharing site! I'm curious as to what you look for in an image hosting site? :)
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#3
Imagesafe (image over SSL ftw)
or upload it to my own site projects and serve it from there, depending on the host etc.

Mainly speaking I stick to the following:
Puush (screenshots in windows, automatic uploading)
Imagesafe (Image upload, with images served over SSL)
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#4
(08-10-2016, 06:35 PM)Mulberry Wrote: Hmm, that's interesting, we used to have our own image sharing site! I'm curious as to what you look for in an image hosting site? :)

Easy to use, simple and user-friendly interface.
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#5
I used to use tinypic for a long time until I switched over to Imgur.
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#6
(08-11-2016, 12:30 PM)Sir Twisted Wrote: I used to use tinypic for a long time until I switched over to Imgur.

Weird, for me, it was totally the opposite of you, I first started off with Imgur, thenm I switched to TinyPic.
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#7
I've long left Tinypic - their constant barrage of advertisements is starting to drive me daft.
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#8
I use a screenshot program called LightShot, other then that I use imgur.
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#9
(08-10-2016, 08:47 PM)katos Wrote: Imagesafe (image over SSL ftw)
or upload it to my own site projects and serve it from there, depending on the host etc.

Mainly speaking I stick to the following:
Puush (screenshots in windows, automatic uploading)
Imagesafe (Image upload, with images served over SSL)

Thinking about trying that one.
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#10
imagebam hosts pics for the longest amount of time. i may be particular ive had a pic forum for 10 years



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