ImageBam was launched in 2013 and is powered by Linux servers. The company's website is designed to be a fast and free image hosting website. ImageBam's simple layout is very user-friendly and works with any web browser. It offers customized image URL sharing for your photos, as well as organizational tools for your online storage. ImageBam supports several media file types including JPG, GIF, and PNG images. There are several methods for uploading images: multi-upload for bulk upload needs, zip-upload, basic upload, and video upload (although that link appears to be down currently).
ImageBam is concentrated on a fast and free service to upload images. It is indeed a completely free service, with no hidden fees or features reserved for paying users. The seemingly outdated FAQ section does mention a premium, paid account which blocks ads, but no ads are currently visible and paid accounts are not currently advertised.
The company also offer multiple upload options based on the number of files and type of file formats you need to host online. ImageBam is one of the few image hosting websites that offer a zip file upload for quick and easy uploading.
ImageBam is great if you are simply looking for an easy and free online service to hold some of your photos and an account is not required. But with a free registered account, users have access to even more photo management tools, including image and gallery organization and the ability to add titles and descriptions to galleries or standalone uploaded images.
One major concern is the lack of any type of customer service for ImageBam. If you are having any issues with the website, there is no phone number or email to contact (note: there is a link to email the company, but it doesn't work). There is a Support Forum page with lots of information relevant to photo storing, however, there is no way to directly contact ImageBam.com.
As far as image file hosting companies go, ImageBam is lacking in some areas:
According to the site's FAQs, only linking with the image URLs within the provided share codes is officially supported, any other links are subject to possible irreversible changes which may break them.