NEW YORK, May 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Bigstock, one of the world's leading royalty-free stock imagery agencies, today announced a partnership with Google allowing Bigstock users to save downloaded images directly to Google Drive. The tool will provide Bigstock's creative community with an easy, efficient way to store and access their images.
"We're constantly seeking ways to improve the experience of our community," says Ben Pfeifer, General Manager for Bigstock. "By integrating this new feature, we've provided our users an amazing shortcut to save their images directly to Google Drive from our site."
Google's new "Save to Drive" feature is now integrated into Bigstock's interface and is immediately available for users.About Bigstock Bigstock is one of the world's leading royalty-free image companies. Founded in 2004, the company's mission is to provide affordable, high-quality photos, vectors and illustrations that meet the dynamic needs of today's design community. With over 13 million images in its library and counting, Bigstock continually seeks out the best content from the brightest contributors around the world. Bigstock is a fully-owned subsidiary of Shutterstock Inc. (NYSE: SSTK) a leading global provider of high-quality licensed photographs, vectors, illustrations and footage. For more information, please visit http://www.bigstock.com, and follow Bigstock on Twitter or Facebook. SOURCE Bigstock
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