AirMe has announced its application for the iPhone is ready. The application is on the App Store now and allows iPhone users to send photos wirelessly to Picasa, Facebook, and Flickr. The photos are tagged with location, time, weather and more. I assume you have to be running the iPhone 3G for the geotagging services.
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AirMe says its application has been used in over 90 countries over the last two months and users have uploaded a quarter million photos from the iPhone alone. Versions are available for other phones as well including Blackberry and Nokia devices.
“With this new release, iPhone users can now choose to have their photos instantly captured, tagged and sent live to their Picasa account, instead of taking the time and effort to figure it out later,” said Mark Haverkate, AirMe CEO. “AirMe has also just streamlined the user sign-up process, so getting started with AirMe is now as easy as using it.”
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