Vizrea Snap Review

Posted: Mar 15 2006, 4:00am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:19pm CDT, in News | I4U Gadget Reviews

Vizrea Snap Review
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Vizrea Snap was introduced at the DEMO 06 a couple of weeks ago. The team at the Designtechnica took a closer look and published a review about the mobile phone photo management service.

"The concept is simple. Take a picture with your camera phone and transfer it instantly to a website for viewing. Only one catch: you need a Nokia phone to do it!

Vizrea is a new photo sharing service designed to have your camera phone's photo collection sync with your PC's photos.
Photos aren't the only things you can share, though. Any video or audio you've grabbed with your phone will be shared as well, via Vizrea's simple Web interface. The service is free and is good for the price. However, Vizrea does have areas where it doesn't work well and needs improvements. "
Read the full Vizrea Snap Review.
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