Alternatives to ImageShack for all platforms with any license

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  • Imgur icon

    Imgur

    Imgur is a free and simple image hosting service with image editing feature. Signup is optional. Imgur is pronounced like image-er; imager. The maximum non-animated...

    Freemium Mac Windows Linux Web Android ... iPhone BSD Wordpress Firefox

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  • Google Photos icon

    Google Photos

    Google Photos is the home for all of your photos and videos, searchable and organised by the people, places and things that matter.

    Free Mac Windows Web Android iPhone ... Chrome OS Android Tablet iPad

  • Flickr icon

    Flickr

    Online social photo and short video sharing community. Flickr helps you organize that huge mass of photos you have and offers a way for you, your friends and family to...

    Freemium Mac Windows Web Android iPhone ... Chrome Kindle Fire

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    Photobucket

    Photobucket offers image hosting and free photo and video sharing. Images can be organized into albums. Up to 500 MB is available per user, with 1 MB per image.

    Freemium Web Android iPhone Windows RT

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    PostImage.org

    Provides free image upload and hosting integration for forums. Free picture hosting and photo sharing for websites and blogs.

    Free Windows Web

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  • TinyPic icon

    TinyPic

    Tinypic is an image and video sharing service that makes it easy to share photos and videos online. Simply upload and get a link to share them on other networks or...

    Free Web iPhone iPad

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    • Warning Lots of pop-up ads, even with AdBlock and a Pop Up Blocker enabled.
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    Up1

    Up1.ca is the simplest file hosting application you'll find on the internet. You just have to drag-in the file you want to share and the application will handle it....

    Open Source Self-Hosted

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  • ipfs.pics icon

    ipfs.pics

    Decentralized image hosting website. Never lose your images by uploading them on ipfs.

    Open Source Web

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  • Veuwer icon

    Veuwer

    Veuwer is a open source image host that supports albums and filesizes up to 10 MB per image and publishes transparency reports.

    Open Source Web

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    • Discontinued Veuwer has been absorbed by https://alternativeto.net/software/slimg/: https://voat.co/v/Slimg/comments/1090403
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    Anchr.io

    Anchr provides you with kind of a toolbox for tiny tasks on the internet. Currently you can upload and share pictures, shorten links for easier sharing and create link...

    Free Web

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    SmugMug

    If you really care about your photos, do you want ads alongside them? You don't put ads in your photo albums at home. The big brands can't resist inserting ads...

    Commercial Web Android iPhone

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    SLiMG

    An image hosting site focusing on moderator transparency.

    Free Web

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    • Discontinued Seems abandoned, images won't show. Also relevant: https://voat.co/v/Conspiracy/1570823
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    ipernity

    Free online service for photo and video album sharing for everyone: friends and family as well as the passionate photographers. Upload your memories from your PC and...

    Freemium Web Android iPhone Android Tablet iPad

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ImageShack Comments

Replace old images with ads 1 Helpful

Comment by Danilo_Venom
about ImageShack Sep 2015

It seems that Imageshack replaces old uploads with advertisements.

You can read more about it at http://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/263771/ban-imageshack-images-because-they-are-reusing-old-urls-for-advertising

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Use Imgur instead

Negative Comment by OmgItsTheSmartGuy
about ImageShack and Imgur Nov 2011

Imgur is better. It really is. I used to use Imageshack back in 2007-2009, until I discovered that pretty much anything else was better. With Imageshack, I got a popup every time I uploaded an image (not sure if they still do that), and the website didn't offer any easy way to link to the actual image, rather than the frame page for the image (I know for sure that they still do this). You don't have to deal with any of this garbage on Imgur.

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Image hotlinking to full sized image

Positive Comment by I_shall_comment
about ImageShack Jun 2011

Description fails to mention that ImageShack, unlike most "free" image hosts, ALLOWS image hotlinking to full sized image. Also imageshack will NOT destructively re-save images uploaded within the maximum filesize unlike most "free" image hosts.

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