Pixagogo is a reasonably good quality online photo sharing service that also offers print ordering direct to your door. The site is pretty well designed and not too difficult to navigate so most people should have no problems using it. It lacks a few features some of the bigger photo sharing sites offer, but is still good enough for most purposes. We would recommend having a look around at some other sites first, but you can’t go too far wrong with Pixagogo.
- A free account is available to order prints
- Premium Account: $8.50 per month or $85.00 per year for unlimited storage
- Web based photo sharing and print ordering service
- Share your photos with friends and family
- Easily send email links to the people you want to share with
- Create elegant online albums
- Free desktop uploader tool
- Self organizing photo timeline to view your photos
- Create high quality full-screen slideshows
- Easy drag and drop uploading
- Order good quality prints of your favourite photos
- Unlimited storage is great for storing high resolution files
- No annoying ads to spoil your albums (Premium account only)
- Free trial available
- Works with almost any device that can run a web browser
To upload your photos to Pixagogo we would recommend using the desktop uploader tool that is free to download. Unfortunately this is only currently available for Windows based PCs, but Pixagogo says there is a Mac version on the way. If you don’t want to download the tool, or are a Mac user, you can still upload to the web site using the web form uploader, but this isn’t very good for multiple files and can be a bit slow. We were disappointed that there is no option for uploading from your mobile phone, but hopefully that is something that Pixagogo would think about adding quite soon.
Once you have some photos uploaded you are free to organise them into elegant, good looking albums. The albums are customizable to a certain degree, but not quite to the extent that we have seen from other sites. It is also possible to create good quality, full screen slideshows so that your guests can see your photos in the best possible light. These are quick to load and don’t require Flash to run so they should work in pretty much any web browser. To share your photos around you can simply email your friends a link to the album or photo of your choice and they are free to view it.
As well as sharing your photos around, Pixagogo lets you order prints of your favorites in a range of different sizes. Prints come on good quality Kodak paper and are priced reasonably enough – although they aren’t the cheapest around. There aren’t any other personalized gifts on offer, but it’s a refreshing change for a photo sharing site not to be constantly trying to get you to buy things.
Pixagogo is not a bad choice of photo sharing service if you don’t need too many fancy features and don’t want to order personalized mugs etc with your photos on them. The annual subscription fee for unlimited storage is fairly reasonable and prints aren’t too expensive either. However, we would recommend checking out some of the sites in our top ten before committing to anything.
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