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CellspinMaking It Simple
si Team
Monday, November 3, 2008
Wanna send Audio, Video, Pictures and Text from your mobile phone to popular sites for FREE? With smartphones becoming popular day-by-day CellSpin is one of the hot companies in the right place at right time. It makes it dead simple to capture and upload media - text, photos, and video - to a range of user-generated content sites, from Flickr to eBay. CellSpin transforms microblogging beyond text into a full-on multimedia broadcasting experience, with their easy-to-use graphical interface to publish photos, video and audio in real-time. So, with Cellspin app downloaded to their smartphones, users no longer have to wait to get on their computers to post on their blog, Facebook or MySpace pages.

"There is lot happening in this space. Two years ago we bet on smartphones and that it will drive the blogging beyond text and PC. Today broad smartphone adoption is a reality and mobile blogging has become a phenomenon" says Bobby Singh, CEO. Privately held Cellspin is a key mobile application company enabling cellphone users to seamlessly integrate multimedia content inside live eBay auctions as well as post to Blogger, YouTube, MySpace, Facebook, Live Journal, Live Spaces, Flickr, Picasa, WordPress, TypePad, Twitter, Pownce & more simultaneously.

Today Cellsoin's apps support almost all of the world's leading smartphone Operating System : Symbian Nokia, iPhone, Blackberry, Windows Mobile, Palm OS and Google android will be coming soon. Supporting all these platforms makes CellSpin accessible globally and they have users in more than 100 countries. Today there are an estimated 200 million mobile smart phones worldwide and CellSpin is making a claim to become the mobile blogging platform of choice for the smartphone users.

During Christmas season Cellspin is launching app, which supports new Blackberry touch screen Phone. It's working hard to develop app, which support Nokia touch screen, Google phones as well. "Our goal is to support as much as many smartphones as possible," says Singh.
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