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BlueBolts

Perhaps I'm the only person who doesn't know this, BUT what's the best and most efficient way to get pics from my iPhone to this forum for use ?

Thanks in advance

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lachie1998

you could download the photobucket app

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Foxpuppet

but do the apps allow you to copy the links etc for use on the forums? i know the imageshack one is balls and does not allow you to do this. tapatalk is the best integration of pics from mobile devices i have seen so far but not all forums are using tapatalk for mobile smart phone users.

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BlueBolts

Thanks guys. Which app or system works best with this forum ?

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doctr-dan

If you use the photobucket app you can cut an past the img code the same way you would on your regular desktop or laptop

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Loach

Highly reccomend photobucket mobile! Very easy to use once you get used to it.

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Sprae

I use Dropbox to share my photos. Very easy and free. You do have to resize your photos though.

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Loach
I use Dropbox to share my photos. Very easy and free. You do have to resize your photos though.

No need for resizing on photobucket :)

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Foxpuppet

Your a legend loach

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Loach

What did you use previously?

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Gbang

photobucket is the best :)

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Dean

i use a PC :) download to PC and then use photobucket. i dont like the small screen of mobile or pad.

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Loach

I like to use the PC but the iPad is just sooo handy lol.

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