Downloading photos to mobil devices

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  • Mark Likosky

    They get an email if they've purchased one. Unfortunately it's easier on a computer. Most of my clients/customers want to download right to their phone which is super easy on other sites I'm trying in the meantime but hope PS catches up to the mobile friendly experience.

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  • Lauge Sorensen

    I share the same problem of photoshelter not really supporting mobile clients - which represent an increasing portion of my clients. My current workaround is to offer these mobile clients an alternative dropbox download - but it's extra workload for everyone and makes me wonder if using photoshelter is the right choice

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  • Mark Likosky

    I'm not a big fan of dropbox unless it's for a client I know has and account with enough storage space and that's what they ask for. 

    I chose PS mainly since they offer unlimited Raw storage and the templates are decent enough looking. 

    Tried ShootProof and Pixieset and they are great for when offering free downloads for mobile. Once you start charging though just about any app is going to slow people down a bit so I'm hoping to stick with PS which is still my most expensive option. Think their priority is working on video so I don't expect the mobile experience to be addressed for awhile if at all. 

    Also paying for Shootproof right now for when offering free downloads for certain projects. It's super easy and it lets you create an app with your own branding- even Zenfolio does this who offers unlimited storage and some video- just not raws. 

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