Monday, September 15, 2008
JuiceCaster Adds Picture Messaging For iPhone
Los Angeles-based mobile social networking service JuiceCaster said today that the firm has rolled out a new iPhone app, called Flutter. According to JuiceCaster, the new service allows iPhone users to send picture messages and geo-tagged location data from their mobile phones--a feature that has been missing from Apple's iPhone application lineup. JuiceCaster's free service sends pictures to other mobile phone users, and is targeted at helping users share both pictures and their location information pinpointed on Google Maps. Adding geo-tagged location data to the phone is an option for users.