For a lot of us, the 0nly reason you even snap a photo in the first place is so you can share it with family and friends. The problem is, most of the time you don’t want to blast all of your friends on Facebook or Twitter with pictures from your kid’s birthday party. This can make sharing personal photos a little more difficult. Here are a handful of apps that help mitigate that problem by making it easier to share more selectively.
Designed specifically for sharing photos of your young children with a small circle of family and friends, 23Snaps looks good, works well, and can be accessed from the web as well as your mobile devices. Pictures can be easily grouped and captioned and then shared with a list of particular people who can then add their own comments on top.
It’s effectively giving you an online journal where you can record all the key moments of your child growing up and then share it with aunts, uncles, godparents, and any other interested parties. The app is pretty flexible too. Your friends and family can follow along on the web or via email if they don’t want to install the mobile app themselves.