What do you currently use to host images that you want to post to forums and other websites? Do you use Photobucket? What about ImageShack? Maybe you use Flickr? Most photo upload websites require the user to sign up with an account to upload photos or don’t allow direct linking to the photos. Sometimes you don’t want to sign up for an account on these websites and just want to upload a photo, get a link to that photo, and post it in an instant message, to twitter, in an email, or on a forum. A relatively new website, vImg Pro, does just that.
The website is very simple. Just go to vimgpro.com, click “Browse”, check whether you want to photo to be displayed to the public, and click “Upload.” Uploading pictures takes very little time. As soon as it’s finished uploading, you have three different options. You can copy the direct link to the picture, you can copy a UBBC link (which is usually used for forums) or you can copy an HTML link that can be placed on a web page or blog post.
Pictures can be in a variety of formats such as .png, .gif, .jpg, .jpeg, .jpe, .jfif, .gif, .bmp, .dib, .tga, .tiff, .tif, and .ico. Pictures can be a maximum of 20 megabytes in size, but that should be fine for most pictures.
All of this is presented in a clean, fast interface and best of all, its completely free. http://vimgpro.com/
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