Lynden, WA (PRWEB) April 2, 2005
JellyBarn Inc. today announced that it has released its first beta product, FoolsJelly. Users of the beta version of FoolsJelly will have the ability take any digital image and add humorous effects to amuse in a back-and-forth cyclical email volley. This feature changes amusing email that people receive into Âtag, youÂre itÂ volley of jokes and interactive images.
"E-mail and static images arenÂt exciting enough. We are discovering new and imaginative ways for people to enjoy their photos,Â said Nate Ritter, Project Manager at JellyBarn. "Through this application we're excited to be able to provide that next level of fun with photos and establish the beginnings of our community. We do this by offering new technologies to help our users connect through humor."
As mentioned, FoolsJelly is free and only requires a working email address and or a password. Your address will never be sold, rented or transferred to anyone. It is only used to provide tools such as FoolsJelly to you.
JellyBarn plans to make available beta versions of its other products through their website, http://www.jellybarn.com.
JellyBarn is a online photography application company focused around community/events or "social networking." JellyBarn builds products to help these communities of family/friends connect through their photographs.
From professional tools, multiple camera photo pooling, or adding humorous effects to pictures, JellyBarn's tools are designed in consideration of preserving the consumers experience of their digital photographs after they have taken the picture. Between the booming sales in digital cameras, and the lack of options of what to do with those photos, JellyBarn is the bridge between digital camera users and the imaginative opportunities that they have never dreamed possible!
We solve lifeÂs digital dilemma by building communities of family and friends in offering effortless, positive, and friendly presentation tools for the end user. We are in the business of building ideas that last.
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