You just click on your photo, and the graphic that you want
Ferndale, WA (PRWEB) May 10, 2007
Web surfers who are bored with the same old photos on their MySpace profiles or websites are looking to online photo booths to jazz up their pictures. Online photo booths are making it easy for users to create one-of-a-kind pictures and add them to My Space, Facebook, Xanga or any other website that allows embedded HTML codes.
Phozi, a new and free online photo booth, allows users to get creative by turning ordinary photos of their friends into graphics-enhanced, entertaining images. "Phozi lets users choose graphics and add them to their own photos," said David Kayo, Vice President of Business Development.
The emerging trend of online photo booths is similar to Purikura, the photo booth craze that has taken Japan by storm in recent years. The booths are often found in Japanese shopping malls, and are popular among pre-teens and teenagers there, who trade and display their Purikura photos.
"Phozi is bringing Purikura to the web," said Kayo.
With no registration or special equipment required, and no software to download, Phozi does not require users to be tech savvy. Phozi works with any kind of digital photos including those uploaded from web cams, cell phones, computers, and digital cameras. "You just click on your photo, and the graphic that you want," said Kayo.
For more information about Phozi, a free online photo booth, visit http://www.phozi.com