If you’re furious with Flickr and peeved at Picasa, there’s a new kid in town — OpenPhoto. OpenPhoto is an open source photo sharing service along the lines of those other services, but the images are stored on Dropbox, Amazon S3, or any other cloud-storage service. It’s meant to give photograph owners more control over their online photo storage, and you can even install the code on your own server is you wish.
OpenPhoto was initially funded by a Kickstarter project, and the development team has reached a new milestone with the release of an iPhone app (free). The app is a bit u…
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OpenPhoto is an open, cloud-based photo storage alternative for iPhone