Memeo makes sharing easy

In the wide world of photo-sharing tools, Memeo Share makes a strong effort to retain your focus with online backups, support for full-resolution photos and videos, social networking features, and a revamped interface.

In the wide world of photo-sharing tools, Memeo Share makes a strong effort to retain your focus with online backups, support for full-resolution photos and videos, social networking features, and a revamped interface.

The basics should be familiar to many users. Once installed, Memeo starts with a user-friendly design: big buttons delineate tasks, your profile and friends are on the left sidebar, Activity and Sharing Circles are in the central pane, and the members of the current circle you're sharing with are on the right. The Sharing Circle is the big concept behind Memeo Share. It lets people create private groups whose members can interact with each other, but only upon invite. In addition to autoposting to Facebook and YouTube, Memeo Share now scans your Web mail address book for more contacts to invite.

Other major improvements to the program include drag-and-drop uploading, enhanced searching that includes tags and comments, the ability to push content to mobile devices, and the introduction of online storage to convince casual enthusiasts from going elsewhere for backups. Sharing tags and comments isn't new in this version, but the live feed of what others in a given circle are doing is. We found that feature to be lag-free. Overall, Memeo Share is an excellent tool for families or close friends to share their content without having to engage in public social platforms.

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