Twitter photo sharing service TweetPhoto is encouraging developers to use its platform by giving them a way to earn some money. The service pays developers by the number of photos that its users upload via the TweetPhoto API.
Bryan Parker founded ImageFly out of necessity: "To be honest, I was fed up with having to bounce around between image libraries when I was hammering out a project. It seems like it was GD one day, RMagick the next, and something else the next." ImageFly exists to simplify image modification. The ImageFly API grants developers many image editing tools within web properties and applications.