Pixelpipe Brings Drag-and-Drop Files Uploading Firefox Extenions
Pixelpipe introducing multi-service file uploader and meta data management tools which brings experimental firefox extensions and by using this add-ons, user can directly upload any files just using drag-n-drop from the hard drive or from any web sources. It’s providing free accounts and you can enjoy from anywhere.
Once you’ve picked all the items you want to upload you hit a single button and it sends it off to Pixelpipe, which will instantly distribute it to all the services you have turned on by default. These can’t be edited right from the sidebar, but there’s a quick shortcut button that will take you to your settings page where you can turn certain services on or off. You can also pick the privacy level of the upload to Pixelpipe itself, which can limit who is able to see what you’ve uploaded based on your relationship with them.– says Josh.
It’s covering more then 75 services and enlisted services are facebook, twitter, blogger, hi5, box, 23, bebo, youtube, wordpress, flickr, picasa, jaiku and so on. Officially says, Pixelpipe is a content distribution gateway that allows users to publish text and upload photos, video and audio files once through Pixelpipe and have the content distributed across over 75 social networks, photo/video sites and blogs, and other online destinations. We provide a number of mobile & desktop applications for users, liberating their media and sharing their life. However, try out this multiple tools, it will makes our life more easier and from anytime we can handle our maximum file sharing accounts.
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Caution:Always remember not to over load with ff addons.
Thanks and double congrats to you. :P
One for the wining the prize.
Second for the alexa. :P
Never heard of it, seems to make my work much easier. Installing now.
Congrats for your alexa rank :)
Pixelpipe Brings Drag-and-Drop Files Uploading Firefox Extenions http://digg.com/d1pO9w
I get the good reviews for pixelpipe like it crashes less for the FF.
All the FF addons results in the crash of the browsers and it good that pixelpipe consume less requirements. :P