iPhoneSlide: iPhone App to Upload Photos to Twitter, Flickr, Picassa, Facebook and more

iPhoneSlide.com

Xavier over at iPhoneSlide.com was kind enough to drop in an email to inform me about their new service for iPhone users.

iPhoneSlide.com is a nifty web service for all those want to upload photos that you have taken from your iPhone’s camera to Twitter, Flickr, Facebook, Picassa and more, all in one go.

More details on iPhoneSlide.com available after the jump.

One of the problems of having profiles in multiple social networking websites is that at times you have to upload your photos individually to them, however iPhoneSlide.com solves this problem by allowing you to instantly upload iPhone photos to one (or more) of your favorite web services such as Facebook, WordPress, Flickr, Blogger, or Typepad just in one go via email.

They seem to have also added support to Google Picassa and they seem to have figured out also how to post to hosted WordPress blogging platform since sending me an email to inform me of iPhoneSlide earlier in the week.

As you can see thanks to the support to some of the popular blogging platforms, iPhoneSlide also makes it easy and fast to upload photos and blog entries to some of the popular blogging platforms as well.

So how does it work?

To begin with you don’t need any registration to use the service nor do you need any iPhone hacks.

All you need to do is take a photo from your iPhone and email it to post@iphoneslide.com using your iPhone’s email client which will result in you getting an auto-response email. You then need to click on the confirmation link in the email to select the services you want to upload to and thats it, your photo will be posted/uploaded.

As you would expect, first time around you’ll need to provide your login credentials
for the site you choose to use. In the case of Facebook however, you’ll
have to agree to install the iPhoneSlide application and give it
the rights to upload photos.

If you are wondering what all gets posted when you send an email then the email subject, body and photo are posted as follows depending on the service: