Posts Tagged ‘photo sharing’


Screenshot iWasinTahrir.com is an initiative designed to allow visitors who witnessed Egypt's uprising against the Mubarak regime, to leave their mark in history; Something like a virtual online "Million Man March". It's a place where all Egyptian revolutionaries can leave their mark in a more personal manner, and to share their experiences with the wh...
Screenshot We are all used to photo tagging our friends on Facebook, but on Twitter that feature was not available, as we used different photo uploading and sharing sites built for Twitter such as TwitPic, yFrog. TazPIC brings the tagging functionality to your Twitter photos, just signup with your Twitter ID, tag an exciting photo from your Twitter friends...
Screenshot Updated: d1g.com the Jordanian Arab video photo sharing and general Portal startup has announced via a press release that it has completed its first round of financial investments. The press releases states that the first round has attracted a number of regional businessmen and international experts in the internet industry to join the site’...
Screenshot Update: Bellow Saudi telecom (ST) new internet brand is called M3com (with you) (Arabic link) was developed by Maktoob Group out sourcing unit. M3com is fully in Arabic and has a custom startpage, a social network called As7ab ( friends), and a bunch of other channels: News, Islam, sports, Saudi succor, yellow pages, photo sharing, v...
Screenshot 3alarasi is an interesting Jordanian startup, which is an entertainment portal that mix its in-house produced unique animated cartoons, caricature, audio productions, and articles, with users generated & sharing of content:Games, videos, audios and photos, with many social networking features. 3alarasi means in local Jordanian dialect: I acc...
Screenshot Launched by Albawaba the Middle Eastern Portal, Sharekna is another free Arabic-English video and photo sharing website. Sahrekna competes with a score of regional players such as: iKbis, Maktoob's Clipat , Maktoob's Zoom,  and d1g.com The service allows users to store photos and videos up to 500 MB, and upload a maximum file size of 10 M...
Screenshot I've been privileged to receive an invite to Brightekite privet beta a few days ago, for those who do not know the service it is a location based micro blogging and photo sharing social network, my profile is here. On BrightKite you can use both the web and mobile to send your status update or photos. From the mobile you have to check in your cu...
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