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You probably have browsed Reddit and Imgur many times if, like us, you’re a child of the internet. Baconit and Readit are two killer Reddit apps for Windows Phone that we use and love daily. For Imgur we’ve been rocking Grin since we first covered it last summer. Now we’re adding another Imgur app to our collection – Imgura for Windows Phone.

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A few weeks back we showed you guys Grin for Windows Phone. It was (and still is) the best app for accessing Imgur (www.imgur.com) on Windows Phone, a site dedicated to free image hosting and sharing, often considered to power sites like Reddit. The latest update that came out today widens the gap between itself and any potential third-party Imgur apps. Let’s check it out.

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If you’re a frequent user of Reddit then you won’t need much of an introduction to Imgur. The online image hosting service exploded in users, photos, and popularity as both Digg and Reddit grew over the past few years. They don’t have an official app for Windows Phone users, but this is one of those scenarios where a third-party developer rises to the occasion and we can’t see an official app being any better. Let’s check out Grin for Windows Phone 8.

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For those who like to share pics with their Windows Phone, you have your MMS, Facebook, SkyDrive and...well, email we suppose. But most of those involve direct sharing of the photo as oppose to giving a link out which would allow you to share the single photo multiple times over different protocols at varying times.

Imgur (pronounced image-er) is a popular and free photo sharing site, used heavily with Reddit users (see Alien News for WP7) and is known for its sharp, minimalist design and anonymity (it strips photo meta-data off automatically). Developer John Sprunger has made a free app, appropriately called Imgur Photo Uploader which not only allows you to upload any pic on your phone, but share the photo link with numerous sites including: Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, DIGG, email, and SMS. Imgur links are short and concise e.g. http://imgur.com/WsCdz.jpg making them ideal for sharing. Plus it saves your uploads for later use, right on the device.

Hey, for free, it can't be beat and works very well. Plus, as you could tell, we dig imgur a lot (it was created by one guy) and highly recommend both. Grab Imgur Photo Uploader here.

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