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WebMine Directly Uploads Browser Pics to Facebook Without Download
When you want to grab a picture from another site and upload it to your Facebook, the steps involve are rather tedious. You must find the picture, download it, then re-upload it to Facebook. For Android devices this can get even more tedious, as these steps require opening and using various applications instead of just using the web browser. Now, there’s an application out that lets you get a picture and upload it to Facebook all in one step.
Called WebMine, the application streamlines the Facebook photo uploading process. It was developed by XDA Senior Member canhnv and it is pretty easy to use. Essentially, you browse the web with WebMine. When you find a picture you want to share with your friends, select it in the WebMine browser, edit the details as you wish, and WebMine will upload the photo automatically to a Facebook album. For users who make frequent shares from websites, this tool could be an invaluable time saver.
The main features of WebMine include:
Main functions of WebMine:
– Select images include corresponding captions from any website
– Create new Facebook album and set its privacy
– Edit the image captions
– Upload the images
– Receive URL from any web browser through SHARE button.
So if you’re an avid sharer on Facebook and you want something that makes the process easier, Webmine is a pretty good option to try out. Of course, it’s also free. For more details, check out the original thread.
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