Best Free Photo Hosting Websites

 

1. Google Photos
Google Photos is one of the most popular image hosting services for storing high-quality photos in large quantities. It also offers automatic backup facility, so it significantly reduced the worry about losing of any important photo. You can conveniently edit and organize your photo collections with Google Photos and its visual search helps you to easily find your older photos again. To use Google Photos, you can either download the Google Photos app or go to photos.google.com. The app will automatically sync all of your photos with your google account. Most people already use Google accounts, so it is quite easy to set up a Google Photos account and start uploading photo files.


Google Photos provides unlimited free storage for your photos that you click with your smartphone or a point-and-shoot camera. The platform also enables you to upload your videos in 1080p.


2. Dropbox
Dropbox helps you to upload and store many types of file formats including photos. It is also a free cloud storage provider and offer automatic backup facility which is an important feature if you need to upload photos securely. It is to be noted that Dropbox doesn’t allow you to change, edit, or resize the photos you upload in any way. All you original, unchanged photos will always be available on Dropbox. If required, you can also sync your photos to a Dropbox folder or on your desktop.
To organize your photos, you can able to create folders and sub-galleries either on your smartphone or your desktop computer. It offers 3 GB of storage capacity. However, the platform doesn’t offer editing tools, it’s a good option you just need to upload the unedited and original versions of your photos.


3. Flickr
Flickr is very popular with photographer and also one of the most famous images sharing sites on the web. It provides photo editing tools and allows you to organize your images into albums including free hosting.


Flickr is also a famous social networking site, so you can also share your photos with the whole Flickr community. You can able to edit your privacy settings so that you can only share photos with selected individuals, if you want more privacy. You can conveniently upload photos with your email, phone or other photo applications. The Flickr mobile app is easy-to-use and very helpful.


4. Imgur
Imgur is one of the most popular image-hosting sites for Reddit and it helps you upload photos quickly and effortlessly. You can share your photos easily with their generated embed code. You can also easily share the images on social networking site, so it’s one of the most famous image hosting platforms.


Imgur helps you to upload and store unlimited number of photos without worrying about your photos expiring. You don’t require an account to store and upload photos to Imgur, but alternatively you can create a free account if you need to add caption, create albums and upload your images via email attachments. You can upload filename formats to Imgur including most common file formats like JPG, JPEG, PNG, BMP, PDF and Animated GIF TIFF. The site supports GIFs up to 200 MB and non-animated files up to 20 MB.


5. TinyPic
TinyPic is owned by Photobucket and provides many image hosting features. You don’t need to create an account with TinyPic to upload photos, so you can instantly and conveniently upload a photo for sharing.


TinyPic supports BMP, PNG, GIF, and JPG files. The site supports non-animated files up to 100 Megabytes and you can upload videos up to five minutes long. The site will automatically resize your photo, if is too large.TinyPic does not allow standard-definition video files which are longer than 15 minutes in length or larger than 500 Megabytes in size. It automatically deletes images and videos that are not associated with a user account and that have not been visited for 90 days.