Best Photo Sites: Photobucket, Flickr, Shutterfly and More - TIME
The Norman Police Department has teamed up with BAIR Analytics Inc. to offer a free service known as RAIDS online. The website provides an interactive map, with different markers signifying when, where, and what kind of crime took place. Residents also have the chance to submit anonymous tips, right from their smartphones. The RAIDS app is available for both iPhone and Android devices. Captain Tom Easley hopes the service will provide citizens with a one stop shop where they can both read up on crime in the city, and even help in the investigative process.
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Since the service is owned by Shutterfly, you can also create prints and other photo gifts of your pictures. Cost of storage: Free up to 2,500 photos; $59/year for 25,000 photos; $139/year for 100,000 photos Automatic photo sync? Yes, through a desktop folder or the Instagram app Do you need an account to view photos? No http://www.androidsentral.com Privacy control: Only friends with the link to the gallery can view it; however theres no password protection Full-size uploads/downloads? Yes Google+ Photos: Great for Slideshows Google+ A lot of photo-sharing sites offer a slideshow feature, but Google+ Photos throws in some unique auto-create options for photos taken with an iPhone or Android phone. If you turn on auto back up and location history in the Google+ app, Google will collate a Story slideshow based on pictures snapped while youre away from your usual hauntsthat is, when it thinks youre on vacation. If you take a set of similar photossay, on burst modethe Auto Awesome feature turns the images into a mini-animation, viewable from the website or app.
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