(PRWEB) August 30, 2012
Los Angeles, CA: A revolutionary new iPhone app for photo sharing called SeeMail allows users to add voice notes to photographs and is now nominated for the prestigious iMedia Next Wave Start-Up Challenge competition. No other app has ever blended photos, captions, locations, and audio like SeeMail. SeeMail is not another endless stream of photo sharing. SeeMail is personal, intimate, beautiful, fun and easy and brings storytelling to social media. iMedia’s Next Wave’s competition focus is on highlighting early-stage technology companies who are redefining the mobile marketing industry. SeeMail was chosen from a pool of hundreds, as determined by iMedia’s Next Wave Advisory Board to participate in Phase III, (community voting) of the Challenge and voting can be completed online at http://www.imediaconnection.com/iMediaLists/2012/breakthrough-next-wave/mobile-entertainment/SeeMail/.
How it works: SeeMail creates a unique style of mobile message inspired by the idea of sharing the story behind the photo.
1) Choose a new photo, or select from your library or Facebook albums
2) Record a SeeMail AudioT.ag™ - tap the record button and users record their voice or anything going on around them
3) Add a caption to the photo
4) Postmark current location - powered by FourSquare
5) Share privately with user's SeeMail friends
6) Share publicly with Facebook and Twitter
7) Play and share SeeMail on the web
SeeMail 1.4 is now poised as the next social media powerhouse. New features include:
Facebook Sharing: Some moments need to be shared quickly. So now users can share a SeeMail to Facebook, even if they do not share directly to another SeeMail user. So, they can public post a SeeMail without sending it directly to another person.
Twitter Sharing: By popular demand, users can now share your SeeMail's to their Twitter account. If they have multiple twitter accounts set up on your iPhone, they can share it to multiple twitter accounts at the same time from inside the app.
Full Web Experience: Every SeeMail that users share to Facebook or Twitter will automatically populate to their personal SeeMail Web page.
Try It Out Feature: This is a way for new users to experience the app without logging into Facebook where they can view a welcome message and compose their own SeeMail to be sure the app is right for the user.
SeeMail can be downloaded for free at http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/seemail/id429509393.