- Instacast Offers You A Simple Way To Consume Audio and Video Podcasts
- LinkedIn Launches Redesigned Profile Pages
- Zoopy Is South Africa’s Version of YouTube With A Twist
- These 7 Companies Raised Over $140 Million In Funding This Week
- Ethical Shoppers Can Now Shop With “The Good Shopping Guide” iPhone App
Keeping track of all your pictures on Instagram, Flickr, Facebook, Twitter and other photo management apps is a hustle. Pictarine wants to help you aggregate all the scattered images across the web on single platform. The app lets you enjoy and share all your photos in one place. You can download all the aggregated pictures into your hard drive.
Once you link your social accounts all your albums will be in one place. If you add any social sites, you’ll have a section for your friends’ photos as well. You can take photos from all your social accounts and and create a virtual album called Zest to share with others. Once shared, people can add their own photos. You can even download your friends’ photos or the ones you are tagged in to keep your best memories at home.
Pictarine supports Instagram, Google+, Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Dropbox, 500px, Shutterfly, Photobucket, Twitpic , Lockerz, Windows Live, Mobypicture and Yfrog.