iTookThisOnMyPhone included in best 4 free BlackBerry apps for your social networks
February 26, 2010
Sharing photos and videos on multiple social networks using iTookThisOnMyPhone is seamless – once you have it set up.
To use ITookThisOnMyPhone, you will have to sign up for an account, which you can easily do once you have installed the app from the Blackberry App World, or if you’d prefer you can do so on their website here.
When you first install the program, you can set up which websites you would like to share your media on simultaneously – with Facebook, YouTube and Photobucket available for photos and videos, and Flickr, Picasa, Shutterfly, TinyPic, TwitPic, TwitrPix and Webshots for photos only.
The app adds an option in your menu to upload videos or photos. Uploading videos or photos is done directly from the photo/video folder. Bringing up the menu when you have a photo or video open, you will find a new option to ‘Send to ITookThisOnMyPhone.’ You can then add a title for the image, choose which album to upload it to, with the capability to create new albums, whether public or private, directly from your phone.
iTookThisWithMyPhone is particularly useful for users who are active on several photo or video sharing websites.
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iTookThisOnMyPhone included in list of top 17 free Social Networking Android Apps
January 4, 2010
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iTookThisOnMyPhone included in top 10 list of best free BlackBerry applications
December 15, 2009
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iTookThisOnMyPhone, leading free mobile photo and mobile video uploading app, adds new features for users to share photos and videos with over 199 online destinations
Cincinnati, OH — December 10, 2009
iTookThisOnMyPhone.com, Inc. a leading free mobile photo upload & mobile video uploading app, today announced new features for users to share their photos and videos with over 199 social networks, blogging services, email/instant messaging services, and popular online sites worldwide. The iTook wireless automatic photo service is available on all wireless networks.
Users simply take photos and shoot videos from their smartphones, just as they normally do. Then, in seconds, iTookThisOnMyPhone management software automatically uploads the photos and videos to the iTookThisOnMyPhone.com website and leading social networking sites – no cables or wires needed. New features at the iTook website now allow users to share their photos and videos with over 199 popular online services and destinations, including users’ email contacts, social networks, and leading blogging services: Blogger™, TypePad™ and WordPress™.
iTookThisOnMyPhone has grown rapidly since its launch, with millions of user photos and videos now hosted free at the company site. Users like the ease of uploading their images to the leading social networking sites in a single step, freeing up memory for more photos & videos on their phones, and saving space on their phone screens by having one app icon to handle their video & photo uploads to multiple popular sites and online services.
It’s a free service. People can sign up in seconds, start taking photos immediately, and see & share their photos online in seconds after that. It is definitely a service for the mobile-connected times.
iTookThisOnMyPhone is a free photo sharing app & free image hosting site for mobile photo uploads and mobile video uploads to Facebook™, Twitter®, twitpic®, Picasa™, flickr®, shutterfly®, webshots™, photobucket®, YouTube®, and personal online photo albums hosted free at iTookThisOnMyPhone.com. Supported phones include smartphones from Blackberry®, iPhone®, Android® phones, and Windows Mobile® phones.
Founded in 2007 by industry veterans that have built several leading third-party smartphone applications, iTookThisOnMyPhone.com’s patent-pending media management and workflow system is a complete solution that enables users to easily manage the photos and videos they take with their camera-equipped smartphones.
Since its launch, iTookThisOnMyPhone has proven itself to be an extremely popular and easy-to-use application with an ever-expanding user base in more than 80 countries and combined photos and videos hosted in the millions and growing fast.
For more information and to download the free software visit: www.itookthisonmyphone.com.
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Cellular South Partners With iTookThisOnMyPhone to Offer Customers Free Mobile Photo Sharing Service
Automatic Photo Uploads And Online Galleries Now Available To Smartphone Users
Cincinnati, OH — January 26, 2009 — iTookThisOnMyPhone.com, Inc., a leading mobile photo and video-sharing technology company, and Cellular South (www.cellularsouth.com), a leader in wireless solutions and innovation, announced today that they are offering Cellular South customers a free, co-branded version of iTookThisOnMyPhone, an innovative mobile photo sharing application.
Cellular South customers with BlackBerry Pearl and Curve smartphones and HTC 6800, HTC Touch 6900, and HTC Touch Diamond smartphones will now have the functionality to automatically and seamlessly save their mobile photos to their own, password-protected website hosted by iTookThisOnMyPhone.com. Images can be managed directly on a handheld device or online, where users can share their favorite photos and videos with friends, colleagues and family members.
The most recent version of iTookThisOnMyPhone features Unified Access™, a convenient way to send photos and videos from BlackBerry® and WindowsMobile smartphones to many popular social networking websites. Users simply take a photo and the photos are automatically uploaded to the sites they’ve selected, including Facebook, Snapfish, YouTube, Flickr, Webshots and Picasa.
“iTookThisOnMyPhone.com has made it easy for our customers by providing one simple way to select where they’d like to send their photos,” said Jim Richmond, director of Corporate Communications for Cellular South. “We’re excited about adding this free, new functionality to some of our most popular smartphones.”
Daniel Zito, vice president of Business Development for iTookThisOnMyPhone.com, said users can choose any or all of a wide selection of destinations for their photos “with the knowledge that all of their photos will be safe and secure in their personal web gallery.” Research shows that users want to easily upload and store their photos without technical issues and concerns. “iTookThisOnMyPhone does it for them,” he said.
Zito said users no longer have to deal with multiple icons for different websites since iTookThisOnMyPhone enables simultaneous, automatic uploads as the photo is taken. Map coordinates are uploaded as well and users can add captions to their photos. Users choose if they want their photos or videos to be shared with others, or remain private, and they can see all of their photos on their website in seconds.
Richmond said Cellular South customers with BlackBerry Pearl and Curve smartphones and HTC Touch smartphones can sign up for the free service at cellularsouth.itookthisonmyphone.com, download the application to their device in seconds and start using it immediately.
“Everybody likes to take photos and videos with their devices, but now our smartphone customers have an easy way to transfer photos and video from their phone to a personal, secure website,” Richmond said. “With this service, there are no wires or cables to connect and no fees for using it.”
Founded in 2007 by industry veterans who have built several leading third-party applications, iTookThisOnMyPhone.com’s patent-pending media management and workflow system is a complete solution that enables users to easily manage the photos and videos they take with their camera-equipped BlackBerry smartphones.
Since its launch last year, iTookThisOnMyPhone has proven itself to be an extremely popular and easy-to-use application with an ever-expanding user base in more than 80 countries. For more information, visit www.itookthisonmyphone.com.
About Cellular South
Cellular South is a privately-owned diversified mobile communications company passionately committed to helping customers get the most out of their wireless devices and services. The company accomplishes this goal by providing the most reliable and advanced 3G nationwide wireless voice and data network, offering industry-leading family and unlimited flat rate voice, text and mobile web plans, and through its online and in-store Discover Centers, which give customers easy, simple and convenient tools, tips, advice and information to get the most out of their mobile phone. For more information, visit www.cellularsouth.com.
iTookThisOnMyPhone.com featured at BlackBerry Curve Challenge Events in Boston, Minneapolis, Portland and San Francisco.
Cincinnati, OH — June 1, 2008 — iTookThisOnMyPhone.com, Inc., a leading mobile photo and video sharing technology company, announced today its participation in the BlackBerry® Curve Challenge, a series of launch events in Boston, Minneapolis, and Portland, with finals held in San Francisco at the world famous Alcatraz Island on June 14th 2008.
The BlackBerry Curve Challenge is a one-of-a-kind experience where teams flex their physical and mental muscles in a scavenger-hunt style race using the new BlackBerry® Curve 8330 smartphone from Verizon Wireless. Top teams in each city win a BlackBerry Curve 8330 smartphone, and winning teams from Boston, Minneapolis and Portland win a trip to San Francisco to compete in the ultimate challenge at Alcatraz Island for an all-expense-paid vacation to Rome, Paris, Maui or the Mayan Riviera!
“We are delighted to participate in the BlackBerry Curve Challenge” said Daniel Zito, Vice President/Business Development at iTookThisOnMyPhone.com. “The opportunity to have participants and spectators use iTookThisOnMyPhone in such a high-profile setting is a tremendous opportunity to showcase our product features with core BlackBerry users.”
iTookThisOnMyPhone.com is a free service users can download to their BlackBerry smartphone in seconds and use immediately. Photos and videos taken on a BlackBerry smartphone can be automatically transferred to the user’s personal online photo gallery.
Users choose if they want their photos or videos to be shared with others or remain private and they can see all of their photos on their website in seconds.
Users create their own albums from their BlackBerry smartphone or on the website, email them to friends and family, upload to popular social networking sites and keep them safe and secure in their personal gallery.
For more information and to download the software visit: www.itookthisonmyphone.com.
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iTookThisOnMyPhone Enhances Mobile Photo/Video-Sharing Application for BlackBerry Smartphones; New User Interface Introduced at WES2008 Enhances Feature-Rich Application
Orlando, FL (PRWEB) May 13, 2008 — Wireless Enterprise Symposium — iTookThisOnMyPhone.com, Inc., a leading mobile photo and video sharing technology company, announced today at the Wireless Enterprise Symposium (WES) the release of Version 2.0 of its application for BlackBerry® Pearl and BlackBerry® Curve series smartphones from Research In Motion (RIM).
iTookThisOnMyPhone offers a feature-rich application designed specifically for BlackBerry smartphones equipped with a camera. Now you can simply take a picture or shoot a video and it’s automatically uploaded to the web without having to do anything else. Images can be managed directly on your handheld and online, where you can share your favorite photos and videos with friends, colleagues, and family.
Version 2.0’s feature updates include:
- A new, more graphical and intuitive user interface
- Geo-tagging of photos and videos with mapping so users can see a graphic representation of where each photo, or video, was taken
- Enabling users to create, select, and send to photo albums from a BlackBerry smartphone
- Enabling users, if they choose, to review photos and videos in the queue prior to uploading to the website
“We are pleased to launch Version 2.0 for BlackBerry smartphones at this year’s WES,” said Jack Kuntz, CEO iTookThisOnMyPhone.com. “The ability to automatically and easily manage and share photos and videos taken on your BlackBerry smartphone, provides tremendous value to customers.”
Users can sign up for the free service at www.itookthisonmyphone.com, download the application to their BlackBerry smartphone in seconds, and use it immediately. Photos and videos taken on the BlackBerry smartphone are automatically transferred to the user’s personal online photo gallery.
Users choose if they want their photos or videos to be shared with others, or remain private, and they can see all of their photos on their website in seconds.
Users can create their own albums from their BlackBerry smartphone or on the website, email them to friends and family, upload them to popular social networking sites and keep them safe and secure in their personal gallery.
Visit us at the Wireless Enterprise Symposium2008, Booth #843 in Orlando, Florida.
About iTookThisOnMyPhone, Inc.
Founded in 2007 by industry veterans that have built several leading third-party applications, iTookThisOnMyPhone.com’s patent-pending photo workflow system is a complete solution that enables users to easily manage the photos they take with their camera-equipped BlackBerry smartphone.
Since its launch last year, iTookThisOnMyPhone has proven itself to be a popular and extremely easy-to-use application with an ever-expanding user base in more than 80 countries.
*Requires GPS-Equipped BlackBerry
For more information, visit: www.itookthisonmyphone.com.
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Kuntz’s latest efforts take high-tech in new directions
Business Courier of Cincinnati -by Andrew Miller Courier Contributor
Cincinnati, OH April 25, 2008
Successful entrepreneurs are optimists by nature, and Jack Kuntz is no exception. So when one of Kuntz’s employees returned to the office from lunch at a Chinese buffet and showed him the message from his fortune cookie, he wasn’t surprised that it foretold success.
“A financial investment will yield returns beyond your hopes,” it read. “You should save that,” he said. “Maybe it will come true.” Kuntz, a successful entrepreneur, is hoping his latest two ventures will prove this prediction correct. Kuntz is president of iTookThisOnMyPhone.com and Advanced Motor Productions (AMP), two companies marketing two distinct products: one, a Web site where users can automatically transfer photos taken with BlackBerry and Windows camera phones; and the other, electric cars. Launching startups in these high-tech, competition-laced fields might sound as risky as trusting a prediction from a fortune cookie, but Kuntz has shown the ability to yield results in the past.
Free, Wireless Photo and VideoTransfer Software Now on Windows® Mobile Smartphones From Major Carriers including Sprint/Nextel, AT&T Wireless (formerly Cingular), Verizon, T-Mobile, Alltel, and Cincinnati Bell.
iTookThisOnMyPhone.com makes it easy to upload and store photos and video taken on Windows® Mobile smartphones from Motorola, Palm, HTC, and Samsung.
Smartphone photos and video automatically transfer wirelessly to secure web site.
Cincinnati, OH — March 24, 2008 iTookThisOnMyPhone, a leading mobile photo-sharing company, announced today its wireless mobile photo transfer application is now available on
Windows® Mobile smartphones. A complete list of supported devices is available on the company website.
“The introduction of our technology on Windows Mobile smartphones will make iTookThisOnMyPhone available to millions more smartphone users across the world” said Jack Kuntz, CEO. “People everywhere take photos and videos on their phones and those photos and videos are trapped in their phones, or lost, if a phone is lost or stolen. Our service solves this very common problem by automatically transferring photos and video from the users smartphone to their personal, secure website. With iTookThisOnMyPhone.com there are no wires or cables to connect and no fees for using it.”
“I used to need all my cables and cords to manually upload my photos” said Margie Long, mother of two young children. “It took forever and it really was a hassle. Now I just snap the photo. In minutes, my mother can see her grandchildren on our web album. For her, it’s just like being there” she continued. This is a fantastic product and it’s wonderful that it’s free!
Users can sign up for the free service at www.itookthisonmyphone.com, download the application to their smartphone in seconds, and immediately use it. Photos from the smartphone are automatically transferred to the user’s personal online photo gallery hosted by the company. Users choose if they want their photos or video to be shared with others, or remain private, and they can see their photos on their website in seconds.
Once on the website,users can create their own photo albums, email them to friends and family, upload them to popular social networking sites and keep them for a lifetime in one safe, secure place.
Since its launch in fall 2007, iTookThisOnMyPhone has proven itself to be a popular and extremely easy-to-use application with an ever-expanding user base in more than 80 countries.
The launch of the Windows Mobile version expands iTookThisOnMyPhone beyond its existing service on BlackBerry 8100 and 8300 Series wireless smartphones.
About iTookThisOnMyPhone, Inc.
Founded in 2007 by industry veterans that have built several leading third-party applications, iTookThisOnMyPhone.com’s patent-pending photo workflow system is a complete solution that enables users to easily manage the photos they take with their smartphone cameras.
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iTookThisOnMyPhone Joins BlackBerry® ISV Alliance Program
Application Automatically Transfers Photos – Friday January 25, 8:00 am ET
New system addresses the common phenomenon that most smartphone users never get photos transferred off their smartphones.
Cincinnati, OH–Jan 25, 2008— iTookThisOnMyPhone, Inc., a new mobile photo sharing company, today announced it has joined the BlackBerry® ISV (Independent Software Vendor) Alliance Program, and is launching its service offering for BlackBerry® smartphone from Research In Motion (RIM) (Nasdaq:RIMM; TSX: RIM). Through the alliance program, iTookThisOnMyPhone integrated its services with BlackBerry® smartphones and has released the mobile picture transfer product for the BlackBerry® Pearl 8100 Series and BlackBerry® Curve 8300 Series of smartphones. iTookThisOnMyPhone supports BlackBerry® smartphones from the leading U.S.-based carriers including: Verizon, Sprint/Nextel, AT&T Wireless (formerly Cingular), T-Mobile and Alltel.
Leveraging iTookThisOnMyPhone’s patent-pending automatic photo sharing services, BlackBerry® smartphone users can take great looking photos and have them automatically transfer over-the-air to a secure website where they can then view, edit, email, store and manage their photos. Users can choose whether they want to share their photos or only view them themselves. The service is offered free to BlackBerry® smartphone users and there is no limit on the number of photos that users may upload to the service*. BlackBerry® Pearl 8100 Series and BlackBerry® Curve 8300 Series users can freely download* the product by going to www.itookthisonmyphone.com from their BlackBerry® browser.
“The camera on my BlackBerry® smartphone comes in handy in many situations, both for work and at home” said Mike Gates, VP Sales, Performance Site Management. “By adding the iTookThisOnMyPhone service, I can take all the pictures I want and they all flow to my website where it’s much easier for me to work with them.”
“We decided to launch on the BlackBerry® platform first because these smartphones have good cameras and an excellent data service” said Jack Kuntz, CEO of iTookThisOnMyPhone, Inc. “As a member of the BlackBerry® ISV Alliance Program, we are committed to helping customers get more out of the camera that comes with their BlackBerry® smartphone.”
“Through the BlackBerry® ISV Alliance Program, we continue to work with our partners to enhance the user experience on the BlackBerry® platform” said Jeff McDowell, Vice President, Global Alliances, Research In Motion. “With iTookThisOnMyPhone, customers can better manage their photos, helping them to get the most out of the their BlackBerry® smartphone.”
* Requires BlackBerry® Pearl 8100 Series or BlackBerry® Curve 8300 Series smartphones running BlackBerry® Device Software version 4.1 or higher. Wireless charges may apply. An unlimited data plan is recommended.
About iTookThisOnMyPhone, Inc.
Founded in 2007 by industry veterans that have built several leading BlackBerry® third party applications. Its patent-pending photo workflow system is a complete solution that enables users to easily transfer and manage the photos they take with their phone cameras. For more information, visit www.itookthisonmyphone.com.
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