Create A Photo Album That Your Friends Can Update With Yogile

Yogile might just be another photo sharing site operating amid a very crowded internet jungle, but it's the sharing and collaborating function that distinguish itself from the rest. Developed by Maurice Sikkink from Nyana, Yogile brings a new cool to the photo sharing market by allowing more than one person to add photos to any given photo album.

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Sharing photos online is a fun means for people to connect and relate interests. Whether they are birthday parties, weddings, conferences or other social gatherings, friends and families will have their own cameras, snapping their own pictures. And while you can share those captured moments under everyone’s individual online album, Yogile actually allows you to create a dedicated album where anyone is able to submit related photos into one single album.

YogileEach album features a customizable URL and email address you can share with anyone you want to contribute. Created for the purpose of uploading and sharing photos around a particular event or theme, Yogile emphasizes on multi-authored albums with easy upload features without the need to sign-up first. Yogile allows multiple people to contribute with ease to your album simply by either submitting photos as e-mail attachments or direct upload on the site.

The option to set your albums private or list them publicly is also available when you sign up to Yogile. Alternatively, you can choose not to list it publicly, but still allow anyone who has the URL to add photos to the album. If you want the maximum privacy, you can choose to password protect the album so that no one can add or even view photos unless they have the URL and password. And to share a password protected album, basically add the password to the body of the email and the recipient will be able to access the photo without a problem.

Sure, you might already be sharing a massive collection of photos on Facebook, Flickr, Photobucket, Picasa, and Skydrive, just to name a few. And perhaps your friends and family use these websites all the time, but Yogile’s album technique plainly makes more sense for collaborating group photos. And conveniently, there’s no need for friends and family to register, keeping the process simple and hassle-free.

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Yogile might just be another photo sharing site operating amid a very crowded internet jungle, but it’s the sharing and collaborating function that distinguish itself from the rest. Developed by Maurice Sikkink from Nyana, a small independent software development company, Yogile brings a new cool to the photo sharing market by allowing more than one person to add photos to any given photo album.

The central focus of Yogile service is for a group of friends to add and view photos in the very same album from an event. But actually, it doesn’t necessary has to be about an event. It can simply be an album of your child’s pictures taken from family members, a collection of project pictures from students, or even band pictures taken by fans. The best part is that you can choose exactly how you want to use the site.

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The service is free for 100mb of upload space. An ad-free premium account is also available at $24.95 per year that gives unlimited photo uploads, albums and storage.

With just a few tweaks and some features added here and there, Yogile could seriously become Flickr’s new competition. Yogile’s unique feature has a great potential to be used for crowd sourcing images since anyone on Yogile is able to upload photos to albums of a specific topic.

Surely, Yogile is a fun alternative to group photo sharing that is incredibly easy to use and cool to share!