The first ever Android video sharing app that takes the privacy of users to a new level altogether.
London, UK (PRWEB) January 09, 2013
Android users can finally share videos and photos for free without worrying about privacy. The ubiquitous nature of cameras and smartphones combined with social networks means that people have far less control where their images may end up. However, the concept of video and photo sharing using Android devices has just experienced a breakthrough, thanks to Zimnix. The developer has just introduced Piccyboo, the world's first ever Android app for real time sharing of pictures and videos, built around providing individual privacy like never before.
With the entry of Facebook with its Poke application for iOS, the profile of such apps has been raised dramatically. By focusing on Android and providing features no other product has in this space, Zimnix feels it can address a need in the Android user base.
The most striking feature of Piccyboo is that it allows pictures and videos to be taken and forwarded to recipients who can view them for a limited period (as defined by the sender) with a maximum viewing time of 5 seconds for the videos, and 10 seconds for the images. It also provides extensive filter and image editing abilities so images can be tweaked and further edited before they are sent.
Individual privacy has always been a concern for most users - Piccyboo is not only the first ever Android video sharing app, but it takes the privacy of users to a new level altogether. It also allows users to automatically add their Facebook friends to a safe, Piccyboo community.
The launch of Piccyboo has already grabbed the attention of Android users across the world. It has been placed in top 5, 10 and 30 of new apps released of Android applications on various sites around the web. The UK’S Guardian newspaper stated, "An app called Snapchat has been hugely popular for sending photos that self-delete after a set time on the recipient's device. Piccyboo wants to go a step further and let people share videos as well as photos, again with a built-in timer that deletes them on the other person's device".
Piccyboo is the first in a connected series of video and photo sharing apps built by Zimnix to make file sharing safer for Android users.
Talking about the future plans of the product, the Chief Product Designer from Zimnix Ruth Graham says, "Having the ability to ensure images shared don’t get posted online is important to many people. We all suffer from occasional poor judgment, and sometimes there’s a video or a picture out there that can be a cause of real embarrassment, or regret. Younger people often suffer from cyber bullying due to an ill-considered picture. I think a lot of celebrities could do with using Piccyboo too! Piccyboo means that you can share your moments with those you care about and not worry about where photos and videos may end up."
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About the Company: Zimnix is a team of highly proficient mobile application developers specialized in developing apps that are both funny and useful. Their recently developed Android video and photo sharing app Piccyboo has just hit the market.