Razz announced a new service today called Talking Photos that allow people to mash pop culture audio clips with user recorded audio and attach it to photos for posting on social networking sites like MySpace and Facebook.
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The photos can also be sent via email and to mobile devices as well. "We see a huge need for Talking Photos in the market, as photo enhancement with text and other visual means has become incredibly popular," said Jeff Malkin, CEO and co-founder of Razz. "But, there is a significant opportunity to provide consumers the ability to create a more personal and entertaining experience using their own voices, favorite movie clips or popular sounds to enrich and memorialize their photos. In the near future we see the application as a platform for media companies and marketers to leverage for promotions through our main components: sound clips, photos, frames (or themes) and "audio clip art."
The users own voice can be recorded via the phone or a mic attached to a computer. Audio clips from movies like Borat, Austin Powers and more are available. It seems that the service is getting roasted right now by some users for apparently asking them to invite 15 friends to the service before they can hear clips sent to them. At the same time others are reporting that you can bypass this option. You might want to clarify on your own before you sign up.
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