For the Photobucket stalwarts who haven't yet made the move to Flickr or Picasa, you'll be interested to know that Photobucket has put out a mobile website site for viewing and uploading pictures. You can also access a limited 'home page' and more features are on the way. The full details are here. Point your phone to m.photobucket.com to get started.
Photobucket launches mobile website
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