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Photo Stream

A feature of Apple's iCloud service that synchronizes photos on Apple mobile devices, Macs, PCs and Apple TVs. When a photo is taken on an iPhone, iPad or iPod, it is uploaded to iCloud and automatically shared on the user's other Photo Stream devices and desktops. Photos do not count against the user's iCloud storage limit.

Automatically or Manually Upload
Apple's iPhoto and Aperture applications can be configured to automatically upload imported images to Photo Stream, or photos can be selectively uploaded from Macs and PCs. Up to 1,000 images are maintained for 30 days, and after 1,000, new images delete old ones. For permanent storage, images must be copied to the user's mobile camera roll or a desktop machine. See iCloud.
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To see the Apttus team in action, please visit this photostream
You can insert a picture from your photostream and apply any of the Excel 2007-era picture styles to it.
Furthermore, PhotoStream captures the photos taken by users and creates an iCloud backup so that mobile owners with less storage can delete photos from their handsets.
My iPhone was recently stolen and I unfortunately had not signed up for the iCloud PhotoStream.
Because the painting is on my flickr Photostream it is available to view worldwide.
The photostream of the biggest tax cheats of 2012 includes four men who were jailed for a total of 21 years and three months for one of the biggest alcohol smuggling frauds ever uncovered in the UK, worth PS50 million a year.
A shared photostream will allow people to share their pictures more easily.
I don't know her either, but according to her photostream on Twitter she likes boiled eggs and soldiers, so she's very much on message.
The photographs were then "pushed" to all of the roughly 3500 newspapers and other organizations that subscribe to the AP's PhotoStream service.
Alfplant 2009 has gone for a shot against the light emphasising the delicacy of the design, and there are many more on the Daily Post Flickr website in both his photostream and those of others.
If you want to see what is going on in the Obama White House, check out the White House's photostream.
From today the site is hosting and displaying more than 600 photos in the British monarchy's photostream account.