Tiny Pictures Launches Radar(TM) Application for the iPhone

Company: Tiny Pictures, Inc.
Published: 28 January, 2009
Tiny Pictures, Inc. today announced the release of the iPhone application for Radar, the leading service for real-time sharing of cameraphone pictures, videos and conversations between friends. Available for free at the iPhone App Store, the Radar application lets users take advantage of the advanced browsing capabilities and features of the iPhone and iPod touch.

Radar helps users share what they're doing while they're doing it. iPhone pictures sent to Radar are immediately available to friends on any mobile phone on any network; through the desktop site; and through social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter.

This ongoing stream of pictures and experiences shared in real time becomes an instant visual update, and the best mobile browsing and commenting around makes Radar as much about conversation as it is about picture sharing.

"The iPhone is an ideal platform for Radar, and allows us to follow through on the essential promise of the cameraphone to enable real-time sharing of experiences," said John Poisson, founder and CEO of Tiny Pictures. "We've put everything we've learned about mobile browsing and commenting into this application, and our goal was to build nothing less than the best mobile photo sharing service for iPhone."

For consumers who don't own an iPhone or iPod touch, Radar applications are also available for Java, Windows Mobile, Sidekick, and Blackberry, and the Radar mobile site works on any web-enabled phone on any network in the world.