Photoleap
Photoleap
1.1.1

3.8

Photoleap free download for Mac

Photoleap

1.1.1
10 May 2005

Share iPhoto photographs (was Photopeer).

Overview

Photoleap helps make photo sharing seamless by allowing iPhoto-to-iPhoto and iPhoto-to-Windows sharing over the internet. Sharing digital photos no longer requires complicated steps, resizing of images and bounced emails.

This download has full features for 1-month. After the trial period, you can still use it for free but it will have advertising and a few limited features.

What's new in Photoleap

view the photos on the Web and use email aliases.

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4 Photoleap Reviews

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Anonymous
28 July 2004

Most helpful

Can't get it working although it is very promising...I hope the author will test further and get this right. My Iphoto library is sitting on a secondary drive - which may be my problem, plue the documentation is not included with this software. It is apparently simple to use, or am I missing something?
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Version 1.0 beta1
Anonymous
28 February 2005
This software is listed as free but it is not. This is a subscription service for posting photos. This item is in the wrong category.
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Version 1.0
1 answer(s)
Anonymous
Anonymous
28 February 2005
From the product description: "This download has full features for 1-month. After the trial period, you can still use it for free but it will have advertising and a few limited features." After the month trial of the Photoleap Plus product finishes, it reverts to the Free version, which has a few limitations as to picture size and quantity of pictures in each message that you send. (Receiving is unlimited.) See http://www.photoleap.com/products/features.aspx for more details.
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Version 1.0
Timplaster
14 November 2004
Works great!! Please keep it coming!
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Version 1.0pr3
Anonymous
23 September 2004
It works great on both Macs and PCs. I tried it with a friend. Some pictures came out distorted, and my friend (PC) guarantees that they look normal on his computer.
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Version 1.0 beta1
1 answer(s)
15 October 2004
We found that some low-resolution photos come out distorted. We've fixed this in our latest version. If you send samples to support@photopeer.com, we'd be happy to look into the problem you noticed.
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Version 1.0 beta1
Anonymous
28 July 2004
Can't get it working although it is very promising...I hope the author will test further and get this right. My Iphoto library is sitting on a secondary drive - which may be my problem, plue the documentation is not included with this software. It is apparently simple to use, or am I missing something?
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Version 1.0 beta1
1 answer(s)
Anonymous
Anonymous
30 July 2004
DOOD - Can you email support@photopeer.com with more details? We'd love to help iron out the issue you're running into.
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Version 1.0 beta1