Android: If you want the photos you take with your Android phone on your computer to share or send around, you have plenty of options for fast, instant uploading. Previously mentioned SnapPea already lets you manage your Android phone from your browser — now it instantly uploads the photos you take as you take them too.
SnapPea's approach to instant uploading is different from the way Google or Dropbox does it, and it's not meant to replace them at all. While those services sync your photos offsite to the cloud, SnapPea connects to your computer over your local network for remote management and photo syncing. The upside to this is that your photos appear on your desktop much faster, and they're ready to share, edit or download again much faster. The downside is that you don't really have a "backup" of your photos that is offsite and accessible from other computers or devices if you need it.
The video above shows you how the service works. I probably won't give up auto-upload on Dropbox and Google+, but if you're already using SnapPea to manage your phone, respond to texts, check notifications and more from your web browser, this is another great feature to add to the pile — or make it all worth checking out. Hit the link below to give it a try.