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TwitPic is a photo hosting site that lets you share your photos on Twitter.
You can post pictures to TwitPic from your phone or through the twitpic.com.
Curently Twitpic has a traffic rate of 46,872 members.
In order for you to share your photos on Twitpic, you need to make a login name and password with Twitter.
Once you make a free Twitter account you can upload your pictures to Twitpic.

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  1. Unknown User (sfoley)

     
    TwitPic is a photo hosting site that lets you share your photos on Twitter.
    You can post pictures to TwitPic from your phone or through the twitpic.com.
    Curently Twitpic has a traffic rate of 46,872 members.
    In order for you to share your photos on Twitpic, you need to make a login name and password with Twitter.
    Once you make a free Twitter account you can upload your pictures to Twitpic.

  2. Unknown User (klnichol)

    Twitpic works with Twitter and allows members to upload pictures from their phones or computers.

    The uploaded pictures can be added to the members Twitter account.

    The main page of Twitpic has a map provided by Google where visitors of the site can find other people who are on Twitpic or Twitter.

    Pictures of basically anything can be added to the site, and after logging in, members can add comments to any picture they desire.

    While viewing the pictures, there is also an option to add any of the pictures to a website.

  3. Unknown User (gstipati)

    Twitpic is one of many websites that help make twitter easier to use.   There are still many more that are currently being developed.  Twitpic has teamed up with Google maps to show where a picture has been uploaded and who has uploaded the picture (which can be found on the login page).  There is also a timeline that shows the picture, what time the picture was uploaded, who uploaded it, with what device they used (e.g. phone, Twitpic, or any other Twitter application), and the caption that the person included.  A person can opt out of having their picture posted on a timeline by changing their settings.  When uploading a picture, one can browse through their pictures, click on it, and hit upload.  After it is uploaded, one can type in where the photo was taken, add a caption, and put down tags that will allow people to search for their picture.  After a picture has been uploaded, people can comment on the photo on Twitpic and one has the option of uploading it onto their twitter web page.
    I found this information but creating my own Twitter application.

  4. Unknown User (gstipati)

    Does anyone know how to delete a comment? I moved my last comment to the page that says how twitpic works but I didn't know how to delete the one on this page.

    1. Unknown User (cyork)

      Giana,

      I have access to delete comments, but only in special circumstances. Yours is fine in both places.

  5. Unknown User (pmessick)

    When I was on twitpic, i realized that it was a place to upload any picture you want. Once an account is created on twitter, you could do this anywhere and anytime . It is not even necessary to have a computer because one of the cool features about twitpic is you can send pictures from your phone straight to your twitpic sight. After uploaded, anyone can see your pictures and comment on that picture. I noticed that twitpic is not used for anything but friends and family right now, but I think that with the easy and straight forward instructions, this web 2.0 app could be used for education and even business.