After fairly quiet weeks in the past, we gained some buzz in the last couple of days. Everything started with a pretty good review of Troovi at ReadWriteWeb, according to Technorati one of the top15 blogs worldwide:
We have seen our fair share of photo sharing tools lately, but Troovi sets itself apart from the competition by offering an anonymous, fast, and easy to use photo sharing service in an exceptionally well designed package.
While Troovi’s core features are straightforward and extremely easy to use, it also has a nice set of additional features like RSS feeds and usage statistics for every album (views, visits, downloads).
Due to RWW having a coorpation with the New York Times this article was also featured in the technology section at nytimes.com. The review inspired others to write about us in their tweets, blogs and websites worldwide. Next to KillerStartups.com, the french blog Devoox.com (translation) and the italian websites Italia SW (translation), Caronte Web (translation) and Matteo Dini (translation) featured our website.
But also people in the Far East are uploading lots of photos to Troovi. The japanese websites Oshiete-kun.net (translation) and Web2.0Share (translation) judged Troovi good enough to write articles about. I’d like to close this post with two quotes from the mentioned articles:
Troovi is undoubtedly the best service for uploading, hosting and sharing photos.
This is one of the best services available on the web to send and share their pictures directly from your computer.