Users had unlimited storage, but only JPG photographs were allowed.Users can categorize and upload their photographs to albums they have created.
Discontinued July 21, 2010, with users referred to
Yahoo Photos was a photo sharing service similar to Flickr, which Yahoo acquired.
The underlying technology was based on Microsoft's Windows Media Player and was similar to other competing media players such as Music Match or Winamp.
Yahoo Podcasts was a beta service that allows users to search for and view podcasts. Video) was a video sharing website on which users could upload and share videos. Video began as an internet-wide video search engine and added the ability to upload and share video clips in June 2006.
Based on the Sound Print platform, Into Now gives users the ability to almost instantly recognize TV content and then helps them share and discuss those shows with friends, both within the product and through other social streams such as Facebook and Twitter. Rocketmail was a service that competed with Yahoo's own Yahoo Mail product in the 1990s.