Shutterfly for iPhone Now Available

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    MacRumors

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    Shutterfly for iPhone [App Store, Free] recently appeared in the App Store, bringing streamlined on-the-go access to the popular photo sharing site.

    According to Shutterfly's press release regarding the launch, users can create new Shutterfly accounts directly from the iPhone application. The press release also highlights the ability of Shutterfly for iPhone to upload multiple photos as a queue in the background of the application.

    Article Link: Shutterfly for iPhone Now Available
     
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    Apple..APPLE release a mobileme app or make the iphone's built in photo app connect to mobile me to retrieve albums.

    Apple can be so laid back sometimes
     
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    Sounds good. :)
     
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    dwman

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    I love this. I've been using Shutterfly for a couple of years now.
     
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    I assume that when they say "Photo uploads happen automatically in the background," they mean in the background of the app, while the app is still running. As opposed to running in the background while you check your email or surf in safari.
     
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    Can I download my photos from Shutterfly?

    Having trouble figuring out if shutterfly allows users to download the full resolution images that you upload (iphone, or computer). It seems like it does not, but I can't find anything definitive, and I don't want to waste my time signing up for the service just to find out. Thanks.
     
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    This will be a handy app here in the next few months
     
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    Yeah, I've got friends and relatives that have been using Shutterfly for years as well. I'm hopping on board....:cool::cool::cool:
     
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    You can download iPhoto photos from Shutterfly for free if you have a Shutterfly share site. The downloads are 1600x1200, which is the full resolution of an iPhone photo. You can post photos directly onto your share site from within the Shutterfly app, but you have to enable this in the settings mode. If you haven't tried a share site, it is a great way to share pics with a trusted group of friends and families. Better than email sharing of other sites, better than posting for the world to see on social network sites.
     
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    Thanks for the clarification, I was wondering the same thing as others were saying about being able to download pictures that are uploaded.
     
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    Installed this program and it works nicely. Too bad Apple will not implement this with their own twist like with mobile me
     
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    MobileMe has much bigger problems...

    anyways, i might have to give this app a try but i am much more interested in using Google Picasa on a regular basis.

    and yes to whoever asked above the app can only upload in the background while the app is running - OS 3.0 does allow true background processes.
     

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