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We have 4 reviews for Photobucket. The average overall ratings is 2.2 / 5 stars.
Overall Opinion: I used Photobucket for years without any problems at all. It was a free service. Then, they began charging for various levels of service. I signed up for the entry level service, since I only needed a few images with an online presence for such things as my company logo on QuickBooks invoices, email signatures and so on. The site has been dysfunctional so often since then that it is no longer reliable. Something has simply gone wrong with the way they operate and they seem incapable of fixing it. I'm taking my business elsewhere and suggest you do likewise. Too bad.
Pros: It used to be great, very user-friendly. I used them to stash photos of items I was selling on eBay and all sorts of other functions, without any trouble.
Cons: You can read my cons above under "Overall Opinion." The Photobucket site is "down" frequently, which inconveniences me even when simply writing an email or sending out a client invoice. This is completely unacceptable for a paid service.
Overall Opinion: They have know inserted water marks in the middle of the photo held in storage, without first advising of this. They have know lowered there minimum storage space to something ridiculous. I am totally bummed and will replace.
Overall Opinion: Photobucket used to be cool, until it became a greedily made website, deticated to make you SPEND money, just to use it, or even LOG IN. Now it STINKS! (It sucks so bad, that you're better off buying an old Nintendo Virtual Boy!)
Overall Opinion: Photobucket is one of the best apps available for storing and editing photos, as well as looking through a massive library of photos. Photobucket has billions of images to look through and choose from, meaning that you could not ever look through them all. However, the software that allows you to store and edit photos is usually more important. You can store countless photos on Photobucket, making it a great choice for individuals with a few photos or massive companies with large libraries of images. You can also use Photobucket to edit your images, so if there is something about an image that you do not like, you can use the software to change it. Once you have your image looking the way that you want it to, you can use Photobucket to easily share your image on your social media with your friends.
Pros: Photobucket has a massive library of photos to look through. It has over a billion images on file, which is a number so large that looking through every image would be impossible in a lifetime. You can use Photobucket to store your photos, like cloud storage. You can access this software anywhere and easily upload your photos and keep them safe. You can use Photobucket to edit your existing photos. If there are aspects about your photo that you do not like, you can use Photobucket to easily go back and make changes to the original image.
Cons: Because there are so many images on Photobucket, it is possible that there may be some images in its library that should not be there. If there are any of these images, it is wise to alert the company. The editing features on Photobucket are not incredibly advanced, so if you have very complex edits that you need to make, you should use a separate editing app to make them. Because you can easily share your images with your friends, it can be easy to accidentally share images that you did not mean to share. While rare, it can happen.
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