Brand new service to share photos easily on Twitter - Tweet.Pho.to
A popular photo editor site, Pho.to, recently launched a new service for sharing images on Twitter – Tweet.Pho.to. Its main advantages are easiness of use and short, neat image links like http://pho.to/jO965r. Also, you can use Tweet.Pho.to to share images on Facebook or just to host your pictures (without sending them to social networks or blogs). Getting started with Tweet.Pho.to is easy, no registration is needed. Just upload an image of any size from your hard drive, webcam or via an URL and edit it, if needed (rotate, resize and select canvas color).
You will hardly find a person who does not know what Twitter is. According to Alexa statistics, this microblogging site is one of the top 10 websites in the world.
However, one of the features not yet realized in Twitter is placing images in user posts. There are lots of services and apps that are here to lend you a helping hand. They simply host your image and give you a link to tweet it (links must be short, as Twitter messages are limited to 140 symbols). But Tweet.Pho.to has an evident advantage over its competitors. Neat and intuitive links like http://pho.to/jO965r clearly suggest what exactly the link contains (a photo). Tweet.Pho.to also lets you twit a 119-symbol message together with the photo, and this is the maximum length of all the popular services. Tweet.Pho.to will store the history of all your uploaded photos, so you can access any of them at any time.
After your image has been posted to Twitter, anyone can see it by clicking a short link and leave a comment using their VKontakte, Facebook or Twitter account. All comment history will always be displayed both at the image page and at a social network page. If you want to share a photo with all your Facebook friends, just leave a comment in the Facebook tab below the image.
Tweet.Pho.to is available in Russian and English and provides reliable photo hosting. Short, neat image links (like http://pho.to/jO965r) are what the doctor ordered to share images on Twitter. Happy twittering!