Photobucket + Flock….Sitting in a Tree

Posted by on Aug 7, 2006 in Feature Updates | 5 Comments

We are excited to announce the Flock Browser.
The Coolest New Way to Use Photobucket!

Photobucket is offering a free web browser co-created with Flock that makes it easier than ever to upload and share images. This browser provides drag and drop uploading, seamless direct linking, photo sharing and photo streams, web search and much more. You can also easily import your bookmarks and favorites. Flock is built on the same technology as Firefox, so you can also feel safe knowing that it’s secure and 100% spyware-free.

Cool Features Include:
Link your images to sites like MySpace, Blogger and Livejournal easily
Drag and drop images from your desktop to a comment field or blog entry, Flock uploads the images to your Photobucket account and automatically drops in the HTML for you.

Easily upload many images at once
Drag and drop as many images as you want to upload, all in one go. Even continue browsing while you’re uploading.

Browse other people’s Photobucket streams

On any website hover over images, and if it is from Photobucket, click the little icon in the corner. You can browse this person’s public photostream without ever leaving the website you’re on.

Get notified when your friends upload new images
When browsing a photostream, click the star icon in the Flock photo bar.
The photo icon in the toolbar will light up when your friends upload new images.

You can learn more about Flock and Photobucket by taking the Flock Tour at:
http://flock.com/photobucket/tour

The Photobucket Team

5 Comments

  1. Dizzys_Designs
    August 23, 2006

    I was wonder if there is a way for people to post on my page when they come to my site if you can help me i would be so happy
    I tried to do the blog and journal and all that stuff guess i am just not the charped knife in the draw
    thank you
    dizzy

  2. Capt. Spastic
    August 15, 2006

    Since no one at Photobucket’s support will return emails, how does a paying customer go about getting answers to serious questions?

  3. Rookierookie
    July 14, 2006

    Great, I’ve always been dissatisfied with the fact that Photobucket does not allow batch uploading.
    Just note that in the uploading page, when selecting sub-albums, part of the album’s name may be hidden if it is too long, making it difficult to select correctly.

  4. Anonymous
    June 30, 2006

    Le gasp!
    =)

  5. Tim McGhee
    June 30, 2006

    What about a Firefox extension to do some of those things, too?Tim10,617 days