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Yfrog gets Facebook, MySpace cross-publishing

Yfrog dips its toes into the world of cross-posting with a new option that lets users promote their uploaded photos and videos to Facebook and MySpace.

By January 25, 2010


Yfrog's top searches of '09 are full of teen angst

What were the top 10 searches of 2009 for Twitter photo host Yfrog? Mostly pop stars and teen heartthrobs.

By December 14, 2009


Yfrog gets Webcam recording for photos and video

Want to add a little video to a tweet? Yfrog now lets you record some from your Webcam and post it straight away.

By October 23, 2009


Bitly partners with yfrog for picture sharing

This post has been corrected from the original, in which it was stated that the yfrog arrangement was an exclusive deal. Bitly CEO John Borthwick now says, "If users like it other photo sites will be included."

By August 26, 2009


Bitly partners with Yfrog for picture sharing

URL shortener to add direct link to Imageshack's Twitter-friend image hosting service.

By August 25, 2009


Twitter considers video-hosting service, report says

The company has been bringing more features in house, including a recent effort to restrict third-party photo services.

By October 9, 2012


Bring Instagram thumbnails back to Twitter in Chrome

Twitter may have removed official support for displaying image thumbnails to photos uploaded through Instagram, but this Chrome extension can help bring them back to your feed.

By March 21, 2013


Twitpic and Twitter can sell your photos, but they're not the only ones

Twitpic has been under fire for taking control of your pictures and selling them to newspapers. The controversy has turned the spotlight on other services -- and Twitter itself.

By May 13, 2011


New Seesmic Desktop supports Facebook fan pages

Twitter client now will sync Twitter updates with status updates to Facebook "fan pages," a big deal for marketers using the two social-media services.

By September 17, 2009


Report: Twitter to launch own photo sharing

Built-in service expected to be announced this week would compete with services such as Twitpic and Yfrog, according to TechCrunch report.

By May 30, 2011