Do you have to resize your images to load into your mobile?
Normally not, the software that allows you to upload them will do that automatically to some extent, the mobile phone will do the rest.
There are many free applications out there. For Windows, my favourite is <a href="http://www.onlinetools.org/tools/zips/easythumbs.zip">EasyThumbs</a>. It lets you resize many pictures at once if you need to. For Mac, you can use Automator, a program that comes with Mac OS X. Here's an article about how to resize pictures with Automator: <a href="http://atkinsfamily.org/2008/01/resize-images-using-automator-and-mac-OS-x/">click here</a>.
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