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Wednesday, 27 June 2007 02:28

Sharpcast released new version

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The next step in sharing photos

 

Sharpcast released a new version of the Sharpcast Photos software, Sharpcast Photos version 1.1.

 

New version brings features such as interactive chat enabled slideshow of your photo albums that works with your blog, website or MySpace page, where comments made on the slideshow sync directly to the album owner’s desktop.

You are also able to view your PC photos and group albums or shared albums on your Windows Mobile phone. You can also import contacts from your email address book and share albums with them and you get your vanity URL for online web albums (name.sharpcast.com).

In case you haven’t tried Sharpcast yet we would advise you to give it a go and try it for your self. It is really simple to use and saves you so much trouble with uploading, resizing and sharing photos. With Sharpcast group albums you don’t have to chase people around to collect photos from a recent event, all you have to do is create group album and let your friends upload photos.

Uploading is done automatically by the software. Your photos are being uploaded to the website as you pick them to put them in an album without additional selecting and clicking on upload button or anything like that. It is so incredibly easy and convenient.

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