Walking around with an iOS device full of your favorite memories is pretty awesome, but sometimes you want to actually get them onto paper in the classiest way you can -- and Mosaic is here to make that a snap.
When it comes to sharing digital photos, there’s a seemingly endless supply of online vendors who are all too happy to offer their services to you. Facebook is certainly the most obvious choice since most of your loved ones are also already members -- but not everyone feels comfortable with the social networking giant’s privacy policies. Here’s a look at eight places we like to frequent -- and MacLife.com readers are encouraged to share their favorites in the comments!
The link for Google's new photo-related project/service/lab is live, though there's nothing there to download or use. And curiously enough, the phone used in the Photovine promotional photo is an iPhone, not an Android device.
If you're wondering what Photovine is about, it's a community for users to share their photos and comment on others. Each of these threads will be referred to as "vines" -- hence the name. The photos are openly shared, so the rule of thumb is that if you wouldn't want your family to see something, you probably shouldn't post it.