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EasySnaps Review

 
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Product Name: EasySnaps
Vendor: iScripts
Code Ownership: 100% Open Source
Visit Website: www.iScripts.com
Pricing Plan: $67

Core Features

Photo Sharing: Yes
Search: Yes
Subscription Membership: Yes

System Requirements

1) iScripts EasySnaps runs equally well on Linux, Windows or any platform that can support a web server and the PHP language
2) Apache web server, but any web server that supports PHP is acceptable
3) PHP 4.3 or greater
4) MySQL database server 4.1 or greater

iScripts EasySnaps image hosting script is a feature rich solution allowing you to create a photosharing website. You can use it to create an online business enabling your users to share pictures among friends and family. In addition, you can use it to provide both a free service and paid service. Paid services are used for applications like eBay auctions, blog postings, web sites, etc. You can use this to create web sites similar to Flickr, Photobucket and Imageshack using iScripts EasySnaps.

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