iTookThisOnMyPhone's Unified Access™ Provides Automatic Photo Uploads to Many Popular Social Networking Sites

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Version 2.0.05.6 features Unified Access™, a convenient way to send photos and videos from BlackBerry® smartphones to many popular social networking websites. Users simply take a photo and the photos are automatically uploaded to the sites they've selected including facebook, Snapfish, YouTube, Flickr, Webshots, and Picasa.

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Users can choose any, or all, of the destinations with the knowledge that while some photos might go to Picasa and others to facebook, all of their photos will still be safe and secure in their iTook personal photo gallery.

iTookThisOnMyPhone.com, Inc. , a leading mobile photo and video-sharing technology company, announced the latest release of its media management software.

Version 2.0.05.6 features Unified Access™, a convenient way to send photos and videos from BlackBerry® smartphones to many popular social networking websites. Users simply take a photo and the photos are automatically uploaded to the sites they've selected including facebook, Snapfish, YouTube, Flickr, Webshots, and Picasa.

"iTook users want to send their photos to a variety of popular websites and we recognize that they want the option of choosing which photos go to which websites. Users no longer have to clutter their home screens with multiple icons for different social sites. We've made it easy for them by providing one screen that enables them to select where they'd like their photos to go," said Daniel Zito, Vice President/Business Development at iTookThisOnMyPhone.com. "Users can choose any, or all, of the destinations with the knowledge that while some photos might go to Picasa and others to facebook, all of their photos will still be safe and secure in their iTook personal photo gallery."

iTookThisOnMyPhone.com is a free service users can download in seconds to their BlackBerry smartphones and use immediately. In addition to sending to other social networking sites, all photos and videos taken on the BlackBerry smartphone are automatically transferred and stored in the user's personal online photo gallery. Users choose if they want their photos or videos to be shared with others, or remain private, and they can see all of their photos on their website in seconds.

About iTookThisOnMyPhone, Inc.
Founded in 2007 by industry veterans that have built several leading third-party applications, iTookThisOnMyPhone.com's patent-pending media management and workflow system is a complete solution that enables users to easily manage the photos and videos they take with their camera-equipped BlackBerry smartphones.

Since its launch last year, iTookThisOnMyPhone has proven itself to be an extremely popular and easy-to-use application with an ever-expanding user base in more than 80 countries.

For more information and to download the software visit: http://www.getitook.com.

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iTookThisOnMyPhone.com Corporate:    

Daniel Zito
Email: daniel.zito @ itookthisonmyphone.com
(513) 560-4477    

Public Relations:
Mike Dektas
Email: mdektas @ dhacustomerconnect.com
(513) 984-1200

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