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The Best Web Applications That Lets Multiple People Upload Their Photos To One Place

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This is an extremely short list, but one that I’m making primarily for myself. On field trips this year I want to try having students upload photos they take and very easily upload them to one site that they can use to create slideshows.

I could only find two applications that fit that bill. Please let me know if there are others that I have missed.

Here are my choices for The Best Web Applications that Lets Multiple People Upload Their Photos To One Site:

Troovi

Yogle

After you register (it’s free and easy to do so) at DropEvent and create an “event,” anyone can upload photos to the identified url address, and they can even email them there.

PhotoCollect lets multiple people upload images to the same account.

Packmule is super-easy and doesn’t even require official registration.

uSnap.us (you can try it for free, but there’s some cost involved if you want to continue to use it).

4 Sites for Groups to Easily Share Photos from One Event is a useful post from Make Use Of.

I’m adding Pumpic to the this list, and you can read more about it at TechCrunch.

Again, please let me know if I’m missing some sites.

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Author: Larry Ferlazzo

I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.

9 Comments

  1. Thank you so much for this post. I have been looking for this information for a long time now. What you posted was perfect. I appreciate all that you do.

  2. In Google’s Picasa you can create a collaborative album and anyone with an email (or at least a gmail account, I haven’t tried outside that) can add to it.

  3. Collaborative Group Websites that are designed to collect photos from multiple contributors and exchange photos.

  4. hi, please consider adding https://pixi.me/ to your list – we provide a Menalto Gallery 2 based service (free, no ads, open source) to share photos without a lot of noise. Thank you!

  5. Hi,
    I think you should look at Shutterfly. I just created a site for my kids tennis team and it will allow you to authorize as many people as you want and they can all upload pictures and order pictures if they want as well. You can also take the pictures and create photobooks as gifts, etc.

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  7. I think http://www.photago.com would be something for you to use if you still are looking…

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