Cooliris Liveshare Application Offers Android Users New Dynamic Way to Share

Cooliris has released Liveshare 1.1, a new mobile application that allows people to post photos taken with their mobile phones to a real-time stream, and share them with friends online. Liveshare lets the user snap photos and share their events as they travel about town. Although mostly for the San Francisco Bay area, there are venues available worldwide.  It does work seamlessly with both Android and iOS.

PRNewswire states that:

“Liveshare by Cooliris is our next big leap in innovation for rich content discovery and sharing,” said Soujanya Bhumkar, CEO and Co-founder, Cooliris. “Sharing everyone’s photos from an event together all in one place is really hard today. Liveshare provides an entirely new and simple way for people to share their experiences together, at the speed of life.”

Check it out today at Liveshare‘s webpage.

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