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This article was published on November 26, 2013

    Pixable tempts Everpix users with quick-import tool for photos ahead of December 15 closure

    Pixable tempts Everpix users with quick-import tool for photos ahead of December 15 closure
    Paul Sawers
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    Paul Sawers

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    Pixable, the SingTel-owned company that organizes your social photos in smart ways, has announced a quick-import tool for Everpix users following the company’s decision to close in early November.

    Everpix announced it was shutting down earlier this month after it was “unable to secure sufficient funding in order to properly scale the business”. And given that Pixable launched its very own Photofeed cloud service back in August, it’s keen to capitalize on Everpix’s planned closure on December 15.

    Everpix user are invited to provide their credentials here, which will automatically move their images over to Photofeed. Once migrated, users will receive one month of unlimited storage for free, after which a tiered pricing structure comes into effect.

    ➤ Pixable Photofeed