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Pixelpipe, what to do with pixelpipe?

17 February 2010Entry by

Some time ago, I discovered Pixelpipe and installed the plugin on my N900. First you need an account on www.pixelpipe.com, but you can use your Ovi, or Twitter usernames and passwords to login, so you don’t have to create another “new” account.

Once you logged in, you have to create pipes. Just choose the services you want to connect and fill in your passwords. There is almoust a complete list of all services, that are popular and most used, and also the possibility to add blogs of your choice accessorily. At last you will be asked for authorization and the pipe is ready to go. Pretty simple.

Now setup the Pixelpipe phone plugin under the phone settings and you are ready to share. To share microblogs for example to Twitter, Facebook or MySpace, just type an instant message over your Ovi or Gmail chat account, and your post will be sent straight to all your social media services.

To send messages especially just to one place use i.e. @Evernote or @Facebook before you write the note, so the text will be posted just to the service you want. Pictures and videos are also shared easily over Pixelpipe to multiple services at once or to choosen upload destinations with the same routine.

I use Pixelpipe pretty often, for notetaking, uploading photos or postings on my wall.

Fact is, Pixelpipe is a fast and easy to use sharing tool for multiple uploads, what makes it a featured app, for me of course, but I think you might like it too.

- sam -


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