August 7, 2011
Sharing photos, videos, and links with family and friends online is a great way to keep in touch, especially with people who live far away. Sharing shouldn’t be hard, but we often have to use multiple applications, which doesn’t exactly facilitate the process–not to mention make it fun. With the new web and moblie app Minus, you can upload and instantly share anything right from your computer or mobile phone.
Instead of shuffling through different applications to share your photos and documents, you can use Minus to upload it all from one place. Minus uses the latest cloud computing technologies, and it’s completely free and available to everyone.
Once you register for a Minus account, you can start uploading and sharing with everyone, or just the people you choose, by selecting a public or private gallery. Just drag files from your desktop or folders and drop them into Minus for instant uploads. You can organize your photos into galleries and create captions, just like Facebook, so people can see your photo descriptions. Currently, the maximum file size is 200 MB for users and 100 MB for guests, with 100 items per gallery, but no limit to the number of galleries you can create.
Try Minus when you have a chance, and let us know what you think by leaving us a comment below!
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