Polaroid used to be a juggernaut in the photographic industry, but the heyday of instant photography is long gone. These days the owners of the brand are making the majority of their money by licensing the Polaroid name to makers of all sorts of more-or-less photography related products.

The latest example is the online photo diary Blipfoto, which has been around for more than a decade, but has just received a major revamp and been relaunched as Polaroid Blipfoto. The web interface and Android and iOS apps have all been updated and the image files have been moved to new servers for better performance. Still, the basic concept remains the same: users are limited to posting one photo per day which, at least in theory, increases the quality of the uploaded image material.

This stands in stark contrast to mass-upload-friendly services like Instagram or Flickr, but also gives Polaroid Blipfoto a unique edge. We'll have to wait and see if the platform can increase its market share in the competitive image sharing business but given the service is free there is no harm in giving it a try. Think one image per day is plenty? Head over to Polaroid Blipfoto now and give it a spin.

Via: TNW