Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by PhotoPad. Any opinions expressed are 100% my own and have not been influenced in any way.
Have you checked out the PhotoPad app lately? If you’re on Facebook, and you’re constantly sharing photos with your friends, you *need* to check out PhotoPad!
I have had the honor of working with PhotoPad in the past, (read another review here), and I love using the app to share photos with my friends. (And, believe me. No one likes to share photos more than I do! Some days, I’m sure I have people unfollow me because I share so many pictures.) PhotoPad makes sharing my pictures SO easy.
Right now, my favorite feature of PhotoPad is their “Postcard” feature. It’s vacation time for just about everyone I know, and while we aren’t going anywhere on vacation, we do take the kids to the local lake for a fun day of swimming. By the time we’re done, I have about a hundred pictures that I want to share with everyone. The first thing I do, though, is pick my favorite picture from the day and share it with my mom by sending her a postcard through PhotoPad. Then, I use the Photo Book feature and upload all of my pictures from our day at the beach. Then, I can decide if I want to share it with friends, keep it private for just me to enjoy, or allow friends to add their own pictures to the book. This feature is fabulous if friends went with us to the beach, and we all want to combine our photos into one album. (The PhotoPad books are WAY more fun than just sharing them in a photo album.)
The only drawback I’ve found is that I can’t get all of my photos from a Facebook album to load. For example, I tried to create a book using my “Vinez Vacay 2014” Facebook album, but it would only pull up about a third of the pictures. 🙁 I can upload all of the pictures directly from my hard drive, but with my satellite internet connection, that takes forever. I’d love it to grab all of my photos from all of my albums.
I still love the features PhotoPad offers, and I still plan to keep sending my mom postcards of her grandkids every time we go to the Lake. I know she loves it, and it makes me feel like I’m sending her something just a little more special than just a picture. Since she lives so far away, I want to do something special for her every chance I get.
Check out the PhotoPad app today, and get started creating your own masterpieces to share with the world… or at least your Facebook friends. Then, get social with PhotoPad:
Have you tried PhotoPad? What do you think of it?