Here are the top 10 best image hosting sites based on a combination of Alexa Rank, content richness, users’ reviews and freshness. You can store your photos on them as a web album or host your blog image on them to save the traffic. The good news is that all of them are FREE, or at least offer an free service plan.
Flickr is the most popular image and video hosting and sharing website as well as a excellent social networking community. Billions of images have been uploaded to it by its millions of users.
One of the oldest and most popular photo and image sharing and hosting sites which was available in world major languages. Free users can upload one image a day while paying members are able to upload six images a day.
Photobucket is also a video and image hosting website which enable its free users to upload images or videos upto 300M. I am using Photobucket image hosting service, easy to use and works very well up to today.
A popular website provides image hosting, photo and video sharing. Image and flash file size is limited to 1.5 MB. User can also upload images or videos even without an account.
A image hosting and sharing service launched by the internet Big Boss Google. Users can upload and store up to 1 GB on professional and enjoy Google servers completely free of charge. Also you can use the software Picasa to edit images as well as upload them.
Popular geolocation-based photo sharing and hosting website owned by google. The feature is that it is combined with Google Map.
One of the most popular image sharing and hosting websites which allows users to upload images without an account. Advantage of tinypic is that it will give you a relatively shorter URL.
An old but still popular image hosting site which was created in 1995. There are free members and premium members. As a free member you can upload upto 1000 photos + 100 more each month of membership.
This image hosting site is listed here partly because it claims that “picture storage is free and unlimited. We never delete photos. We securely store your images at full resolution.”