Sending a photo or a video every now and then is doable (a bit tedious, but doable). Sending a day-at-the-zoo pile of photos and videos to two sets of grandparents, and an aunt and a couple uncles? Now that can be a pain.
This is one of those situations where email is definitely not the way to go — and your phone’s native software will put a cap on how many videos and photos you can send at a time. What’s the alternative? You could upload them to a social sharing site, but then who knows who’s going to have access to them!
Want a better, simpler alternative? Try Kicksend. They’ve made sharing photos, videos and files of any size easy. Specifically designed to share you photos privately among family and friends, either individually on in groups.
The group sharing feature is definitely my favorite. For example, I take pictures at every soccer game and always want to send the highlights to all the moms of the soccer team. Setting up a “list” of those moms’ email addresses is super-easy, and now I can share all the photos I want with one click.
Watch this week’s Twirl and see how easy it is to kick your file sharing up a notch.