What is imgCDN.dev?
imgCDN.dev is a free image uploading, hosting, and sharing service provided for anyone. This website allows you to upload images in the following formats: png, jpg, bmp, webp, and gif.
You can use imgCDN.dev service to host your web images, screenshot pictures, photos taken with your camera or smartphone.
We provide any kinds of share-able links including direct hotlink, image viewer, BBCode, and HTML codes.
Share the links to your friends or families easily!
Feel free to embed or to use the uploaded images on your website, blog, forum, or any media you like.
imgCDN.dev uses Cloudflare technology to serve all uploaded images.
As the name implies, imgCDN.dev is also an image CDN hosting service. CDN stands for Content Delivery Network.
CDN refers to a geographically distributed group of servers which work together to provide fast delivery of Internet content. A CDN allows for the quick transfer of assets needed for loading Internet content including images. Read more here.
Cloudflare is a freemium CDN service. However, you cannot upload your images directly to Cloudflare.
imgCDN.dev simply solve that drawbacks. Simply upload your images to imgCDN.dev website, and your images will be available globally through Cloudflare CDN.
By distributing your images via imgCDN.dev, the images are served closer to the visitors by using a nearby CDN server (among other optimizations). Hence, visitors experience faster image loading times.
The Technology Powering imgCDN.dev
imgCDN.dev employs following technology hand-picked to deliver fast image hosting service:
- Cloudflare: a technology company providing web security, CDN, and DNS hosting services.
- Chevereto: a premium image hosting engine. Slightly customized for better experience.
- Litespeed: a premium, high-performance, high-scalability web server built for speed. Our main website is powered by Litespeed.
- Nginx: a free, open-source, high-performance web server designed for high performance, stability, and low resource consumption. All our image storage servers are powered by Nginx.