Shutterfly releases new Express Uploader built with Adobe AIR

Shutterfly recently released a new application called the Express Uploader that makes it very easy for their customers to upload images to a Shutterfly account. Once uploaded, the existing Shutterfly can be used to turn albums into prints, photo books, calendars and more.

The application is powered by Adobe AIR and leverages new capabilities available in our most recent version of the AIR runtime (version 2) including integration with native code using the native process API. Congratulations to the team at Shutterfly on the launch of the desktop application!

Anumber of popular uploading tools are now powered by AIR including the Vimeo uploader that we highlighted in an earlier blog post.

Screenshots below:

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Photos can be queued up for uploading and associated with new or existing albums.

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The intuitive, clean design makes uploading a breeze.

12 Responses to Shutterfly releases new Express Uploader built with Adobe AIR

  1. We’ve also created a similar full-featured uploader for Flickr, built on AIR, called theGOOD Uploadr.

    Check it out at: http://thegooduploadr.com

  2. We’ve also created a similar full-featured uploader for Flickr, built on AIR, called theGOOD Uploadr.

    Check it out at: http://thegooduploadr.com

  3. We’ve also created a similar full-featured uploader for Flickr, built on AIR, called theGOOD Uploadr.

    Check it out at: http://thegooduploadr.com

  4. @Jon – theGood Uploadr is indeed another excellent example!

  5. @Jon – theGood Uploadr is indeed another excellent example!

  6. @Jon – theGood Uploadr is indeed another excellent example!

  7. Brian says:

    The app may work well for Windows based machines but the app for Macs (I have an iMac with OSX) does not seem to be working for me. It fails to upload any photos, declares an error and if “retry upload” is selected it hangs for 2 or 3 minutes.

    This happens continuously and it fails to upload any photos.

  8. Brian says:

    The app may work well for Windows based machines but the app for Macs (I have an iMac with OSX) does not seem to be working for me. It fails to upload any photos, declares an error and if “retry upload” is selected it hangs for 2 or 3 minutes.

    This happens continuously and it fails to upload any photos.

  9. Brian says:

    The app may work well for Windows based machines but the app for Macs (I have an iMac with OSX) does not seem to be working for me. It fails to upload any photos, declares an error and if “retry upload” is selected it hangs for 2 or 3 minutes.

    This happens continuously and it fails to upload any photos.

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