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Imgur app update adds video upload with sound

Imgur app update adds video upload with sound

You'd think that a prominent image-sharing platform like Imgur would have already allowed you to upload video with sound from your phone, but apparently that wasn't the case. The functionality was added to iOS a few months ago, and it's now made its way to Android. By the way, what year is it?

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Imgur Pro Is Now Free And Ad-Supported—Anyone Who Paid In The Past 30 Days Will Get A Refund

Imgur Pro Is Now Free And Ad-Supported—Anyone Who Paid In The Past 30 Days Will Get A Refund

Imgur Pro is a way to upload more images to your account, reduce image compression, and keep tabs on who your 100 top referrers happen to be. It also removes ads. Now, to celebrate the site's sixth year, Imgur Pro is going away, and most of its perks are going out to users for free (just say bye-bye to that ad-free part).

The image sharing site's upgrade page has already disappeared.

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This...

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Now looks like this.

Imgur Pro previously cost users somewhere between $2.95 a month and $24 a year. Now the site is transitioning entirely to an ad-supported model. This means the ad-free part of pro accounts is going away, and one small display ad will be shown on each page.

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[Review] Camopic Allows You To Send Hidden Images To Other Users, Reminisce Over The Cold War

[Review] Camopic Allows You To Send Hidden Images To Other Users, Reminisce Over The Cold War

 Are you looking for a new way to send images to friends with a twist? Or maybe you've just been reading a few too many John le Carré novels lately? Either way, you may be interested in this neat little application that's available in both paid and free versions for Android called Camopic.

Camopic, like many apps that are available for Android, allows you to share images with your friends, but when both parties are using Camopic on their phones, the true image that is being sent can be hidden behind another one.

Finding Your Way Around

The user interface of Camopic is as about as simple as one can be.

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