Picolino 2013 era disponibile come app gratuita il 17 aprile 2013!
Condividere foto non è mai stato così facile. Con Picolino, potrete condividere le vostre immagini con gli amici in pochi click. Picolino permette di mostrare le proprie foto a chiunque: condividerle con gli amici, i famigliari o pubblicarle sul Web.
È possibile anche impostare una password per controllare chi può accedere ai propri album. Quando si importano le immagini in Picolino, si ha inoltre la possibilità di eseguire una conversione in scala di grigi, sepia o regolare il contrasto delle foto per renderle ancora più belle.
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20 bucks for this?? Come on...must be a joke...LOL!!
Maybe at Abelssoft headquarter are not aware of the presence of sites like Facebook, Picasa, Dropbox etc... where it's possible to share not only photos but also videos for FREE!!
Besides that there are also FREE tools which do the same as this GAOTD without charging a dime though...
For instance, this crazy FREE GEM helps you batch upload and share both photos and VIDEOS directly to Facebook with right-click or drag&drop, without even logging in your Facebook accounts via your browser (also supports for adding your photos & videos on multiple FB accounts and switching among them with one mouse click):
And this one can even automatically upload your pics and videos to FLICKR at a scheduled time:
And how about share your files (docs, software, pictures, videos etc...) over 250 file hosting servers for FREE, with the possibility of parallel uploading?? Yes dudes, you heard me right: with this FREE GEM you can automatically upload any file (photos, videos etc...) to a single, multiple or even to all 250 supported services simultaneously literally with just a mouse click for FREE!!
So what's the point of charging 20 bucks for a poor app like this GAOTD, if it cannnot even share VIDEOS unlike the FREE tools mentioned above?? Big mystery!!
My 0.000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001 cent for today's giveaway!!
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Not all developers deem it necessary to come on here and interact with the GOTD community but today's would be well advised to do so because in the absence of any meaningful information, it has just re-invented the wheel -- and wholly unsuccessfully, too - and would like to charge $20 for it.
As everything Picolino offers has long, long, lonnnnng been available for exactly nothing, Abelssoft might like to explain how its $20 product differs from, say, the freeware Picasa or a host of other free cloud albums too numerous to even begin to count.
In fact: in what way is this seemingly bizarre redundancy different to even a simple upload of family or holiday video to one's gmail account / Google storage?? (Ah. Don't answer that, Abelssoft. Apparently the difference is that Picolino can't actually upload and store any video at all.)
Absent any information that makes any sense on this page, resorting to the Abelssoft website is the only course of action open to a prospective user -- but as nothing of any meaning exists there either, it's yet more time wasted.
At the very least, the developer should be mentioning any maximum upload file size restrictions / display size restrictions that may or may not apply, because on the basis of its own demonstration link:
its full-screen online album can manage images of 425 x 283 pixels at 72pi with a maximum width of less than six inches and a maximum height of less than four inches -- just the thing for all of us here who are using a 14" CRT monitor on an 80286x running Windows for Workgroups.
Until the developer drops by here to explain what this product actually *is*, I'm not going to be the only one to conclude that Abelssoft created Picolino for a release date of April 1st but ran late -- exactly like that obviously unbiased comment from Horst weiss at #3. . .)
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I'm not sure why anyone would need a piece of dedicated software, with it's own restrictions, to perform a job that thousands of websites do already for free? I must be missing something.
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Even in "full-screen" mode, the user's online pictures will have pathetic small dimensions: 424x283 pixels. Nothing more than a thumbnail :-( (see http://picolino.net/diashow.php?album_id=330)
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*Allows users to easily share JPG/JPEG, BMP, PNG, and GIF images in online albums
*Albums can be password protected
*After created, albums can be edited or deleted
*Album links can be easily shared via email, Facebook, Twitter, or simple copy + paste
*Does not support sharing of videos
*Picolino.net does not have a mobile version, so viewing images on mobile devices is not very easy
*Requires .NET Framework 4.0
*Upload speeds may be slow depending on where you live (their server is in Germany)
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