The online photo-sharing space is already over crowded and with Facebook joining the race, the competition has become more fierce. Presenting Yogile - yet another online photo sharing service, but with a difference. Yogile makes it incredibly easy to share images privately and within groups. Not only this, Yogile lets multiple people contribute to one album with ease - this brings in a collaborate angle to online photo sharing for the first time.
One good feature that we really liked about Yogile is that each album on Yogile has a customizable URL. For eg., yogile.com/ereaders is a gallery on Yogile that has pictures of e-readers. Users can share their respective albums with their friends and can permit them to contribute to their albums - this adds a collaborative angle to Yogile. These users are not compulsorily required to join Yogile in order to contribute.
Take a wedding, for example. Dozens of attendees take their own photos, all from different cameras and angles. While you might try asking everyone for their shots afterward, Yogile provides a single place they can share their images, by uploading online or just sending them to a custom email address.
Yogile photo galleries are smart and have many options such as you can arrange all photos in a gallery in order of date uploaded and date on which photographs were taken. In addition to this Yogile lets you see all photos in a gallery as a slideshow and also shows you the names of all contributors to the album. You can also download entire albums and share them on your favourite social networking websites. However, we did not find a Connect With Facebook button on the website, which according to us can make registration on the site more easy.
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