A Ground-Breaking Way to Share Photos

Posted by on Dec 2, 2014 in Press Releases | No Comments

Photobucket Creates a Ground-Breaking Way to Share Photos.

Share photos the fun way with new Photobucket Stories.

Photobucket, a global leader in photo sharing, launched ‘Stories 2.0’ this past November, an updated version of the original Stories feature created just two years before. The revamped version allows users to turn entire albums into a sharable ‘Story’ with photos, animated GIFs, text and backgrounds with just one click.

The all-new Stories boasts functionality and features that simplify the process of creating and sharing a Photobucket Story. “Photobucket users tell their stories through their photos.  With Photobucket Stories, users can share their photos as stories easily and beautifully, keeping all of the focus on their content. ” says Jessica Canale, the Photobucket Product Manager leading the Stories launch. The intuitive, horizontal layout combined with the ability to add text, GIFs and videos differentiate Photobucket Stories from a traditional photo album.

Photobucket users will recognize the original Stories functionality but with some newly added features:

  • No assembly required. Any album can be viewed as a Story with just one click.
  • No limit on number of photos, videos and GIFs in a Story.
  • No upkeep. When you add, remove, or rearrange content in an album, your Story will automatically update.

To learn more about the feature updates, visit the Photobucket blog.

About Photobucket Corporation


With over 100 million registered users, Photobucket Corporation is the world’s leading dedicated photo and video sharing service.  The company was founded in 2003. In 2014, Photobucket expanded to include a new web and mobile service for printed products.  The Photobucket user community uploads millions of images and videos per day from the web and connected digital devices. Photobucket hosts, preserves and protects photos and videos while bringing members advanced browsing, sharing and editing experiences. Every month Photobucket serves over 120 billion photos and videos to over 3 million websites. In addition to uploading and sharing media, its community can now create and purchase innovative print products from photos that reside almost anywhere including all Photobucket-enabled devices, social services, and photo applications. Photobucket is headquartered in Denver, Colorado.  For further information, visit photobucket.com.