On Internet, there are hundreds of image sharing websites as well social networks which is used by millions of people each day to share images among their friends family, and even random strangers.
While the social networks, such as Facebook and Google+ allow you to share images with your friends and family, websites such as Flickr and apps like Instagram let you publish your albums for the world to see.
When you have thousands of photos uploaded to various image hosting platforms, it is very hard to keep a backup of each and every image manually.
PicBackMan is a software that addresses this need. This desktop program allows users to automatically backup all their pictures to multiple image sharing and file-backup services, thus helping people to create redundant backups without actually doing anything. PicBackMan conglomerates an assortment of services under one roof.
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These includes some of the most popular services like Flickr, Facebook, Instagram, Google Picasa, Dropbox, SmugMug, Box.net and SkyDrive.
You simply let PicBackMan know where your photos are stored on your computer. Point to the folders where they are saved and connect your online accounts where you want to backups to be made and PicBackMan does the rest.
It monitors the folders for new photos and backs them up instantly to the connected accounts that you have chosen. You can let PicBackMan monitor multiple folders and each folder can be configured to backup to a different set of services.
PicBackMan can also download photos from online services to your personal computer. At this moment, this feature is supported only on three services – Facebook, Instagram and Foursquare.
The application works on both 32-it and 64bit version of Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8.