Why Pixter ?
We sell our product, NOT our users
Services that don't charge money are not free. You pay for it with your personal information, like photos on Instagram. We will not sell your data to advertisers. The money you pay is used to sustain our business.
Our customers are YOU, the user, not advertisers
Since you pay for the service we spend all our time and effort to make the service better for you, not advertisers.
You retain EXCLUSIVE rights to your content
Free services have to sell out or Quit!
Either the service becomes big like Twitter and sells out to advertisers or gets acquired like Instagram. If they cannot do either, they shut down like Posterous.
Zero compromises on sharing and rights
Your friends can follow you for free, Pixter safeguards your rights without compromising on sharing.
Hassle free export
You can download all the photos that you have posted with just a single tap, as many times as you like.
So stop getting caught off guard when your favorite project sells out! [...] Because it's hard to resist a big payday when you are rapidly heading into debt.Maciej Ceglowski, Founder Pinboard
The newly-reinstated terms of service clause is objectively worse for users than the new one, [...] you're giving up more rights to your photos [...] users will now continue to agree that Instagram may place advertising and promotions "on, about, or in conjunction with" their photos."Nilay Patel, The Verge
Instagram is a free service, and the business model of free Web services relies precisely on taking advantage of user data, including the "content" users produceSomini Sengupta, NY Times
Next time, please pay a fair price for the services you depend on. Those have a better chance of surviving the bubbles.Dave Winer, Inventor of RSS
In practice, free is a costly mistake that businesses and small developers should avoid, and users should run away from like the plague.Michael Jurewitz, Apple
John Nack asks if I'm equally skeptical of Instagram, [...] I am, sort of. I really like Instagram a lot, and wish they'd let me pay for it.John Gruber, Daring Fireball
Instagram Regulations Get Tweaked After Uproar -- But The Worst Part Is Still ThereDino Grandoni, Huffington Post
We lash out against companies that violate our privacy, yet fail to see how our unwillingness to value their digital goods in some small way led to the prevalence of a business model that gives the actual product away and earns money by selling our personal information.Nick Bradbury, Glassboard for Android
I'm fine with people using Google, and even loving Google, so long as they understand the trade-off [...] I choose to find privacy-conscious services, most of which happen to cost money.Ben Brooks, The Brooks Review
If you want to stop social networking services from exploiting your likeness for advertising, you've got to start paying up.Alexis C. Madrigal, The Atlantic
Introductory Price for limited time:
accounts, post only 52 photos
Simple, Sleek and Fast
A clutter free timeline which focuses on your photos. No distraction from ads.
Login to Pixter with your existing Facebook, Twitter, Google or App.net Accounts. You can even share photos from Pixter to these social networks.
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Tap on the Filters !
And we are done!!
Wasn't That Simple ?!
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