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Blogsy Review for iPad

Blogsy Review for iPad

Bloggers, would you like to post on the go? With Blogsy by Fomola, you can turn your iPad into an easy blogging tool. Although you can’t do everything that the desktop platform allows you to, you can most definitely make complete posts, and either save them as drafts or publish them. Continue on to iPadmodo for the full review.
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Top iOS Picasa App Adds Camera Support for iPad 2

Top iOS Picasa App Adds Camera Support for iPad 2

San Diego, California – Pixite LLC improves their Web Albums for iPad (version 2.1.2), a constant top 10 app in the Photography category since it was released a year ago, by adding full front and back-facing camera support for the new Apple iPad. Using the new camera capabilities, users can take photos and videos from their iPad 2 and immediately upload them to their online Picasa albums in full resolution while browsing their photos. Picasa is a widely used free online photo sharing service by Google, which lets users share their photos and videos with their friends and family.
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iPicasso - Picasa Web Albums Manager 1.3.1 for iPhone - Major Update

iPicasso – Picasa Web Albums Manager 1.3.1 for iPhone – Major Update

Los Angeles, California – Announcing that Uvento LLC, the developers of iPicasso – Picasa Web Albums Manager, has released their latest update for iPhone and iPod touch users. The application is a powerfully robust tool that allows users to access, view and manage their Picasa accounts. This latest update is a major one, offering even more versatility and function to the already feature-rich application, such as bulk operations, video uploading, passcode locking, cache control and an improved user interface.
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How To Upload Videos to Facebook from iPhone 3G S

How To Upload Videos to Facebook from iPhone 3G S

With the release of the iPhone 3G S and the iPhone 3.0 software comes the ability to not only shoot 30fps VGA video, but also edit it while on the device.  You can then upload directly to YouTube or Mobile Me using the “Send to MobileMe” and “Send to YouTube” buttons, or send as an email attachment.  But what about other services like Facebook, Flickr, Blogger, MySpace, Picasa, Revver, Shutterfly, SmugMug, Viddler, Vimeo, WordPress, and all the others?  Here’s how to do it, and yes–there’s an App for that!
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