Pomoto
Pomoto
1.3.3

0.0

Pomoto free download for Mac

Pomoto

1.3.3
29 January 2009

Publish your iPhoto library to the web.

Overview

Note: Pomoto is no longer under development

Pomoto is an all-in-one solution for publishing a personal Web gallery from iPhoto. Pomoto combines a simple client app with a hosted, online gallery to provide a seamless publishing experience. A Facebook application gives friends easy access to your gallery as well as notifications for new albums.

What's new in Pomoto

Version 1.3.3:
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1 Pomoto Reviews

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Hervé-5
15 November 2007

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hum. With the freeware Galerie ( http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/12233/galerie ) you just don't need a webside host, your ISP is sufficient (including for handling comments to photos), and you can choose your template out of hundreds... And yes, the publishing, from iPhoto or GraphicConverter, is very easy too :-) Honestly I don't like the idea of selling just a photo galery hosting :(
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Version 1.1
Hervé-5
15 November 2007
hum. With the freeware Galerie ( http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/12233/galerie ) you just don't need a webside host, your ISP is sufficient (including for handling comments to photos), and you can choose your template out of hundreds... And yes, the publishing, from iPhoto or GraphicConverter, is very easy too :-) Honestly I don't like the idea of selling just a photo galery hosting :(
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Version 1.1
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Pomoto
15 November 2007
There are certainly hundreds, if not thousands of options for publishing your photos. Some free, some not. But to compare Galerie's ease of use to Pomoto's is... well... quite a stretch. I don't mean to be rude, but I have to question whether you've actually tried Pomoto. If you're happy with the manual work necessary with Galerie and similar applications / services and with the flexibility it provides, by all means use them. But if you don't want to bother with choosing maximum photo resolutions and rows and columns and ftp hosts and firewalls, then Pomoto starts to look pretty good. Comparing Pomoto to iPhoto with .Mac is more reasonable, but then again, .Mac costs more than 3 times as much.
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Version 1.1