Complete solution to create Web galleries and share them with your friends (Mobile phone supported too). iFunPix automatically organize all your photos and videos into elegant albums by date. You get 40GB of Free Space to upload and share your photos, videos and music on your online media page both publicly and privately. The software also lets you access your private collections securely from anywhere. use it to view your private photos, videos and documents from any Web browser (like at your office), mobile phone, PDA and even game console. Other popular features include copying music to your mobile phone, explore other members' pictures, e-mailing photos and videos, downloading videos from YouTube.
Version 0.45 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.
At the first look, it appears to be a very good software, usefull for pictures sharing across the web and without any bugs (so far so good...). I started using it with my mates across the world, to share our pictures and videos without sending e-mails or upploading files every single day... And it's perfectly designed for this kind of use... No upload requierd (except if you want it), your files are directly viewed on your PC (which has to be up and running of course).
I am not sure, in therms of security, if this tool it is well secured or not... But I guess the guys from Ifunpix know what they are doing, right ?
Very unique concept of backup, instead of giving you an option to create a backup CD (which nobody uses) or paying for storage site and uploading for hours ahhh..... this application copies files from one PC to any other PC over the Internet. I'm backuping all my pictures from my laptop to my old PC at home, it took me 2 seconds to set it up and it works even when I leave my laptop at work. Now I can be sure that I have my pictures on at least two places. I'm using the same concept to sync my iPod when the MP3s are on my laptop at work and I'm running iTune on my home PC.
Documentation for this feature is bad, it took me sometimes to understand this concept.
I'm using iFunPix for more than 6 month now - it is truly a new way to manage personal media. It offers almost the same functionality as Picasa and Adobe with a major advantage that I can access everything also from remote (all my 12,000 photos and MP3 from the office!!! ), I can share the weekend photos with my family without uploading and backup my entire 20GB to my office PC.
Features like redeye fixing is missing, also can't do auto contrast
need to upload anything ! The moment you create a collection it is ready to be shared. I like the ability to access all my photos, mp3 from remote locations.
The program supports other languages than English so you can name your collections/pictures/mp3 the way you like to. If you're looking for a way to share your photos and remotely organize them (without printing facilities though) then you've come to the right place !
The folders on disk view shows you all folders in the same level making it too long list to follow. It would've been easier if it has been like Windows explorer.
When you're not online your friends can't view your collections what might be a problem for people living in different time zones and shut down their pc over the night.