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The best place to enjoy your photos
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Snapjoy was a photo hosting and sharing service founded in 2011. It was acquired by Dropbox in December 2012 and murdered in 2013.
- We’re excited to announce that Snapjoy is joining Dropbox!
- We built Snapjoy because we wanted a better experience to enjoy our own photos -- we love the product and use it every day. The support we’ve received from people around the world is humbling.
- As a fellow Y Combinator company, we’ve always admired Dropbox and loved their product. From the moment we met the founders, it was clear we shared a common goal. By combining forces with their amazing team, we can leverage the technology and scale of their platform and focus on what matters -- delivering an incredible photo experience to over 100 million people.
- So what happens next? First and foremost, don’t worry -- your photos are safe! Though we won’t be accepting new signups, existing users can continue to use Snapjoy to share and enjoy photos just as you do now. We’ll be in touch with more information over the coming weeks.
- We'd like to thank everyone who trusted us and helped make Snapjoy what it is today. Stay tuned, the best is yet to come.
- -- Michael and JP
June 22nd, 2013:
- After two years of building Snapjoy, the time has come for us to shut down the service. It's been a journey unlike anything we'd imagined, and we can't thank you enough for your support and input along the way.
- As of today, June 22nd, no more photos can be imported into Snapjoy and the Snapjoy iPhone app will no longer be available. Your photos will be available to download until July 24th from the website. After July 24th, all photos and data will be permanently deleted.
- To download your photos, follow the steps below:
- Visit https://www.snapjoy.com/export from your computer.
- Login using your Snapjoy account.
- Download the zip files containing your photos.
- Thank you,
- The Snapjoy team
- https://USERNAME.snapjoy.com/ returns 404 when a user is not registered. Interface is available only with SSL. Usernames can be tested for validity with this basic script.
- There appears to be some sort of json interface, visible from the main page's source, located at https://www.snapjoy.com/check_username.
- Website Twitter feed (rarely updated) has 2420 followers and its Facebook page has 935 Likes. Alexa rank 557,636. iOS app had 34 reviews and was ranked 462 in the US app store.
- Website is hosted on AWS, with CloudFlare. Founded in May 2011. iOS app first posted Oct 14 2012.
- API was once under development; someone might still have active keys.
- URLs brute-forced from the on.snapjoy.com URL shortener: raw URL list, list of user URLs, list of usernames
- *.snapjoy.com DNS names, likely all users
- 788 usernames that returned a valid address, filtered from a list of usernames of Twitter followers.