(PRWEB) December 1, 2004
Following a beta testing period Mindcom now announce the official launch of BusyThumbs. Busythumbs.com allows users to post images or text from mobile camera phones from anywhere in the world creating a personal dynamic online journal. Users, or mobloggers, can choose or customize the look and feel of their personal website and additionally if they already have a website, or blog, they can add their images to it using Busythumbs.com.
Moblogging - essentially sharing and storing pictures taken with your phone is addictive and massively entertaining. Busythumbs.com is a new website which allows users to make blogs, or online photo diaries, which they can post pictures to using their mobile camera phones. The service is currently free apart from the cost of sending your images to the blog through your phone network and is available to users anywhere in the world
ÂThe popularity of the website in the beta testing period has been fantastic, thousands of users from all over the world are already sharing pictures taken seconds before with their mobile phones. We wanted to connect mobile phones with the web for the standard internet user, we hope BusyThumbs.com will do this.Â commented Tim OÂShea, the Managing Director.
About Mindcom: Mindcom internet is a UK startup company founded in October 2002 specializing in building internet applications and online marketing. Mindcom has developed BusyThumbs.com to allow a simple way of organizing images taken from a mobile phone.
For more information please visit http://www.busythumbs.com or contact Tim OÂShea: email@example.com +44 (0)1692 500512