Use SNUpload to simultaneously upload images to Twitter and Facebook

While Windows Phone has always had great native support for uploading images to social networks, you have to do it one at a time. SNUpload helps to solve that by allowing you to upload your images to multiple networks at once.

SNUpload is a handy little app for both Windows Phone 7.5 and 8 users that will let you caption and upload an image to both Facebook and Twitter. The advantage this app has over native Facebook and Twitter integration, besides simultaneous uploading, is that you can have multiple Facebook or Twitter accounts plugged into the app. While the majority of you may only have on account per social network, this app can be handy for people running multiple Twitter handles.

Future updates to SNUpload will bring support for Flickr, Pinspiration, Dropbox, SkyDrive, Facebook pages and Box.com (though SkyDrive might be a bit redundant).

The app is worth checking out if you share the same pictures across your social networks and promises to get better over time. Unfortunately, there is no trial version, but you can pick it up for $1.29 right here in the Marketplace or use the QR code below.

QR: SNUpload


Reader comments

Use SNUpload to simultaneously upload images to Twitter and Facebook


My Facebook and Twitter accounts are not Siamese twins.lol But I can see this being useful when I want to share the same content on both which I do sometimes.

For me the photos go to both about 25% of the time. I share more photos on Facebook, but if I share a photo on Twitter it's likely going to FB too. 

I upload to both at the same time and used to use Seesmic Ping to handle it. Now I just get certificate errors. I'll have to try this out. Hopefully it will let me schedule posts.

Scheduling would make scream in joy. :) I think you'd pick up a good bit of the Seesmic users that have really been abandoned since being acquired by the WP hating Hootsuite.

Nice, but does it let us choose which image service to upload to on Twitter like default Twitter, TwitPic, imgur, yfrog, etc.. and more importantly, will they upload in full resolution? This should have already been a feature built in to Windows Phone.

Heads up - some bug fixes and Flickr support added. Submitting to Market Place this week ans hould be live by next week.