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Shutterfly Comes to the iPhone

If you are an avid Shutterfly user, have I got some good news for you! First, unlike other photo-sharing sites like Kodak and Snapfish (which have just announced that they will start charging users for storing their photos through them), Shutterfly's CEO has assured customers that you still get free, secure storage through Shutterfly — so no need to stress about that.

Secondly, Shutterfly has just announced a new iPhone app, which allows you to access all of your photos on your iPhone, easily add iPhone pictures to your Shutterfly account and post pictures to a free Shutterfly Share website.


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