Thanks to today’s CNN article “Photo sites work to hold out against Facebook, upstarts” on FluentNews, I learned about PicPlz (Picture Please) and Pixable Videos.

http://picplz.com/

http://www.pixable.com/vid/

According to the PicPlz site, with the app iOS and Android users can:

“See what’s happening now:
You can browse photos that were taken in a specific city or place. Also, picplz makes it easy see the moments people you follow choose to share. Don’t miss a thing.

Upload photos quicker and easier:
picplz offers an simple way to take a picture and share it in as little as 3 clicks. It’s easy to add a caption, tag your location and check-in.

Share with your favorite services:
picplz currently integrates with Twitter, Facebook and Foursquare.”

Pixable Videos tout:

“IT’S FAST, FREE & RIDICULOUSLY EASY. Say goodbye to slideshows. Pixable Videos automatically transforms your favorite moments and the music you dig into a slick video. Real life is in constant motion, why should your digital life be any different?”

Pixable Videos looks similar to Animito.

http://animoto.com

Our mobile digital storytelling options continue to grow! Have you used either of these apps? What are your opinions? My favorite iOS photography apps (as of a few months ago) are on:

http://www.appolicious.com/curated-apps/1148-favorite-iphone-photography-apps

Via:
http://mw.cnn.com/snarticle?c=cnnd_tech&p=0&aId=20101122:photo.sharing.sites:1

and

http://fluentnews.com/s/26172605

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