Yogile — Group Photo Sharing Made Simple

Suppose if you are attending an Event, and lots of people taking their own photos. While you might try asking everyone for their shots afterward, you can make it simple by letting them upload online or just sending them to a custom email address. This is done by Yogile, a simplified group photo sharing website. This service is free for 100MB of upload space, if you want unlimited photo uploads, albums and storage, it will cost decent $24.95 per year.

Yogile Sharing

What Makes Yogile Special — Features Compared

  • Friends and family can contribute with ease.
  • Submit photos as e-mail attachments or upload them online.
  • Each album features a customizable URL and email address you can share with anyone you want to contribute.
  • There’s no need for friends and family to register, keeping the process simple and hassle-free.

The Process Of Photo Sharing — Yogile

#1 – You need to signup in order to proceed and this is the most simplest registration I have ever seen.

Yogile Signup

#2 – Now you can see the area where you can upload the images. You can also enter your desired album name.

#3 – After loading the picture, click “Start Uploading” button. The loading process will be really fast.

Yogile - Uploads

#4 – You can also view the photos as slideshow. You can even download all the photos from the album as archive.

#5 – If you want to share this album, just select the ‘Share’ option. Here you can find the album’s dedicated URL (which you can use for sharing), check this one for example : http://www.yogile.com/cpb65lut

You have the option to embed this on your website and share it on social networks like Twitter and Facebook. If you wish to email this to your buddies, you can also do it without hassles.

Now tell me a good reason why you should not try this one? 😉 Though several photo sharing websites exists, this one still makes a mark. Yogile is also featured on TechCrunch, LifeHacker and TheNextWeb. Do tell your opinions after checking this awesome website.

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Pradeep Kumar

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12 thoughts on “Yogile — Group Photo Sharing Made Simple”

  1. 100mb free space is good to start. How can it be compared with flickr and Picas though?

  2. Yogile looks like a nice service..i personally liked the theme and layout of their site..will surely try this as i am not satisfied with Flickr…

  3. hi pradeep, you always offer us something nice and this time it was a killer one, specially for me. at first, when i started to read your article i was asking my, “do yogile give the facility to use the url anywhere?” i’m fortunate i got the answer. but do i have to make my fies ‘shared’ for using elsewhere on the net? pls, confirm me?

  4. Seems like a nice idea but don’t think many people will use it ,it maybe useful for some group of guys .

  5. Thats good. It works like Google Docs, allowing custom selection of people who are able to view it. I liked the Download all photos in an album feature.

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