Menlo Park, California, USA (PRWEB) November 27, 2013
Pink Zulu Labs, Inc. today announced the immediate availability of Shimano Social Pic for iOS in the Australia and New Zealand iTunes app stores. Aussie and Kiwi fishermen alike can now capture, enhance, and share the tales of their adventures, interacting in real time with their friends and families to build their stories as the action unfolds.
“Members of the Shimano Social Pic community can capture the action of the moment, then polish and tell the whole story of their adventures in as creative and interactive a way as they desire,” said Tony Engberg, Pink Zulu Labs’ CEO. “It’s no longer just about snapping and sharing, it’s about being able to go from the moment to the overall story, and being able to do it in a way that draws in fellow adventurers and others.”
“For the first time, users can invite friends to build stories together, using Pink Zulu Labs’ unique non-destructive editing and “remix” technologies, which makes story-telling a fun, risk-free, social experience,” according to Jim Schreckengast, Pink Zulu Labs’ CTO & Vice President of Engineering. “Another feature that sets us apart is our tight integration with the Toshiba FlashAir card, which allows a user to take stunning photos with their DSLR or point-and-shoot camera while our app transfers those images wirelessly to their phone, so they can be remixed and shared right away.”
Offered in partnership with Shimano Australia Fishing Pty Ltd, Shimano Social Pic is part of the Pink Zulu social media network. Shimano Social Pic is available, free of charge, for immediate download.
Founded in January, 2012, Pink Zulu Labs, Inc. is a Silicon Valley social media start-up, specializing in capturing adventures and media-rich collaborative story-telling.
SHIMANO is a registered trademark of Shimano Inc. in the United States and other countries.
Toshiba and FlashAir are registered trademarks of Toshiba Corporation in the United States and other countries.