JuiceCaster(TM) and Photobucket Enable Mobile Video and Picture Sharing
JuiceCaster, the leading mobile social media application, today announced an agreement with Photobucket (http://www.photobucket.com), which will enable JuiceCaster users to instantly post mobile videos and picture messages from their mobile phones directly to their Photobucket account.
“JuiceCaster is an outstanding mobile companion to Photobucket, expanding our users’ ability to wirelessly post unlimited videos and pictures to their personal Photobucket page,” said Alex Welch, President of Photobucket. “Photobucket users now have another great way to share and access their Photobucket media while they’re away from a PC.”
In the coming weeks, Photobucket will be a featured channel on JuiceCaster’s online flash player, which can be embedded on a number of Websites, including Blogger, WordPress, LiveJournal, and any website that allows a user to embed a flash player. Through the JuiceCaster flash player, users will always be able to view their recent Photobucket media.
“JuiceCaster extends the Photobucket experience to the mobile device, enabling dynamic media sharing, viewing, and live interactions on the go,” said Nick Desai, CEO of Juice Wireless, Inc. “JuiceCaster complements Photobucket’s rich online features, enabling users to post real-time videos and pictures from their mobile phone into their Photobucket account.”
JuiceCaster has a number of compelling mobile features, enabling the following:
— Posting video and pictures in real-time to a number of leading online social networks.
— Exchanging multimedia messages with friends, and interacting with new people in real-time on JuiceCaster.
— Instant video and picture blogging to personal blogs and websites.
— Searching and viewing videos and pictures on the mobile phone.
— Creating custom groups (e.g. Photobucket friends, family) to send group video and picture messages to other mobile phones, emails, and online social networks.
For more information and to sign up for JuiceCaster, visit www.juicecaster.com/photobucket, or text “join” to 84462 from your mobile phone. Once registered and logged in online at juicecaster.com, users can go to their profile page and select “Manage Connections” to link JuiceCaster to their Photobucket account. For more information from Photobucket, visit http://blog.photobucket.com.
JuiceCaster has reinvented how people share their immediate social experiences with friends, family, and virtual connections. Through its Flutter application for the iPhone, JuiceCaster delivers a geo-tagging, picture messaging (virtual MMS) experience. The multi-award winning JuiceCaster social networking service, available for a number of mobile phone devices, enables users to instantly broadcast mobile video, pictures, audio, and text to their favorite online destinations, social networks, blogs, and to other mobile phones. JuiceCaster is available through leading mobile operators, and accessible via wireless web and online. JuiceCaster is a global company based in Los Angeles with offices in Paris, France; London, UK; and Hyderabad, India. For more information, visit www.juicecaster.com.
Photobucket is one of the Web’s most popular sites, with more than 44 million unique users worldwide linking billions of personal photos, graphics, slideshows and videos daily to hundreds of thousands of Web sites, including Bebo, Blogger, Craigslist, eBay, Facebook, Friendster, hi5, MySpace, Orkut, Xanga and many others. In addition to linking content, Photobucket users share their personal digital media by email, instant messaging, and mobile devices. Every day, more than 10 million personal photos, graphics and videos are uploaded to Photobucket for sharing with family, friends and the online world. The company actively moderates content to create a safe environment for its users, partners and advertisers. Photobucket has offices in San Francisco, California and Denver, Colorado and is located online at http://www.photobucket.com. For the latest feature announcements and news, please visit the Photobucket blog at http://blog.photobucket.com.