500px Uploader
500px Uploader
1.2

3.0

500px Uploader free download for Mac

500px Uploader

1.2
06 January 2014

Upload your photos to 500px.

Overview

500px Uploader lets you upload your best photos quickly and easily with the 500px Uploader. Drag any JPEG onto the ∞ in your menu bar and share your photos with the world.

This application requires users to sign in with their 500px account (or to create one).

What's new in 500px Uploader

Version 1.2:
  • Automatically converts pictures into JPEG format for upload to 500px.
  • Facebook login now uses the system account.

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3 500px Uploader Reviews

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Chas-m
10 May 2012

Most helpful

Why would I need this now that 500px is censoring nudes from the iPad app (there used to be a filter, now that option is gone and so are the photos), and actively trying to drive off professional photographers? http://www.electronista.com/articles/12/05/08/restricted.content.viewable.in.safari.not.in.ipad.gallery.app/ I don't need another outlet for LOLcat pics and adorable pets, thanks anyway 500px.
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Version 1.1
Ulyssesric
16 May 2013
The latest version 1.1.3 was released on 23 Jan 2013. That's 4 months ago.
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Version 1.1.3
Jazzyguy
17 October 2012
I really Like this app. It runs great and is easy to use.
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Version 1.2
Chas-m
10 May 2012
Why would I need this now that 500px is censoring nudes from the iPad app (there used to be a filter, now that option is gone and so are the photos), and actively trying to drive off professional photographers? http://www.electronista.com/articles/12/05/08/restricted.content.viewable.in.safari.not.in.ipad.gallery.app/ I don't need another outlet for LOLcat pics and adorable pets, thanks anyway 500px.
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Version 1.1
3 answer(s)
Sunrobot
Sunrobot
16 October 2012
Just to be fair: censoring adult content is requirement of AppStore, not 500px initiative. But yes, you can still access it from Safari.
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Dalahast
Dalahast
16 October 2012
Nobody forced you to release your app (and a free one, at that) on the App Store only. You could easily make a non-App Store version.
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Sunrobot
Sunrobot
16 October 2012
Ahm... for iPad, I'd doubt so :) I don't think Mac app is limited in any way.
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