Spymac Brings iPhoto integration to Multimedia Galleries

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Spymac Network, Inc., creators of the world's largest online Macintosh community, today unveiled full integration between its innovative multimedia galleries and Apple’s iPhoto application at Macworld Conference & Expo in San Francisco.

Spymac Network, Inc., creators of the world's largest online Macintosh community, today unveiled full integration between its innovative multimedia galleries and Apple’s iPhoto application at Macworld Conference & Expo in San Francisco.

Spymac announced that its powerful new iPhoto plug-in brings an unparalleled ease and convenience to uploading photo files directly to its multimedia galleries from within the iPhoto application. Photo titles and comments are also uploaded simultaneously for the user.

In the spirit of Macworld San Francisco, Spymac is making the plug-in available for no charge to members of Spymac Club, a $25 USD per year subscription service that lets members do everything from showcasing what songs they listen to in iTunes, to starting an online Group which includes a private discussion and chat room, online schedule, gallery for sharing pictures, movies and songs, 12GB of storage, desktop integration and more.

Spymac Club also lets members share their files and bookmarks with specific groups of friends, making it the ideal tool for students, businesses and educators requiring a private, secure method to collaborate online. For an overview of what's included in Club, or to sign up, visit http://www.spymac.com/club

"If you're an iPod or Mac user on the Internet, you will benefit from Club membership," said Kevin April, Spymac CTO. "From email to blogging to socializing or building a web site, Club makes it fun and easy. It's a central hub for all of your online collaborative needs."

Spymac Club was the first Web community to be completely integrated with iTunes, allowing its members to share and connect with others. iTunes information can be displayed within blogs, throughout the discussion areas and even when sending personal notes.

"More exclusive features and abilities are being added all the time to further enhance Club and meet the growing needs and demands of its members," said Holger Ehlis, CEO.

Spymac Network, Inc., established in 2001, is a New York City corporation with offices in Dusseldorf, Germany and Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. With a registered membership quickly approaching one million, http://www.spymac.com is one of the fastest growing sites on the Internet. For more information on Club, or to sign up, visit http://www.spymac.com/club

Contact:

Judy Westcott

Spymac Network, Inc.

403-317-7795 ext. 225

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