Photobucket Announces iPhone Application for Apple App Store
Photobucket (http://www.photobucket.com), the world’s leading standalone photo and video-sharing site, today announced that its new application developed exclusively for the iPhone will be available today from the Apple App Store. Photobucket for iPhone grants users full access to their Photobucket accounts directly from their iPhone, enabling one-click photo uploads, as well as full viewing options for albums and other Photobucket content.
“Photobucket is thrilled to have an application available at the launch of the new Apple App Store, and to extend the Photobucket experience to users of the iPhone and iPod touch,” said Alex Welch, President, Photobucket. “Photobucket provides an easy way for consumers to store and share photos on the Internet, and this new application allows us to deliver that same, industry-leading experience wirelessly to iPhone users.”
The new Photobucket application is available for download for $4.99 starting today from the Apple App Store at www.itunes.com/appstore/.
Photobucket is one of the Web’s most popular sites, with more than 44 million unique users worldwide(a) linking billions of personal photos, graphics, slideshows and videos daily to hundreds of thousands of Web sites, including Bebo, Blogger, Craigslist, eBay, Facebook, Friendster, hi5, MySpace, Orkut, Xanga and many others. In addition to linking content, Photobucket users share their personal digital media by email, instant messaging, and mobile devices. Every day, more than 10 million personal photos, graphics and videos are uploaded to Photobucket for sharing with family, friends and the online world. The company actively moderates content to create a safe environment for its users, partners and advertisers. Photobucket has offices in San Francisco, California and Denver, Colorado and is located online at http://www.photobucket.com. For the latest feature announcements and news, please visit the Photobucket blog at http://blog.photobucket.com.
(a)comScore Media Metrix, May 2008