Pink Zulu Labs Brings Hi-Res Images, Collaborative Remixing, and Visual In-the-Moment Storytelling to Your iPhone

Share Article

Pink Zulu Labs, Inc. today announced the immediate availability of its Pink Zulu app for iOS, offering users the best way to Take, Remix and Tell their stories. The app combines a collaborative image creation technology with a flexible storytelling interface that enables the next generation of mobile, visual communication and is designed to improve global visual literacy.

Pink Zulu Labs is focused on enabling and radically improving visual communication.

Pink Zulu Labs, Inc. today announced the immediate availability in the App Store of its Pink Zulu iPhone app for the increasingly expressive and interactive mobile consumer who wants one powerful, easy-to-use solution.

Users can: Take better pictures through mobile access to high-res photos (including DSLR, point-and-shoot and action cameras); Remix images to capture individual emotions with easy-to-use, high quality, collaborative editing tools; Tell stories with an unparalleled level of controlled social engagement. Now everyone everywhere can create images they want to keep, interacting with those they choose in telling visual stories they want to last.

Key features include:

  • Simple, fast Wi-Fi transfer of high-res images from camera to iPhone in the moment
  • In-app editing tools that are easy to use and that create polished, professional images
  • A collaborative “remix” capability that quickly and deeply engages others in ongoing, emotionally compelling visual communication
  • A high level of control over who can participate, and how

“It’s no longer just about a single person snapping and sharing broadly, or even a group of people contributing to some shared album. It’s no longer about point-solution apps and disjointed workflows that don’t promote full, gratifying engagement with others,” said Tony Engberg, Pink Zulu’s CEO. “It’s about being able to go easily from the excitement of the moment to the creation of a stimulating, lasting story, and being able to do it in a way that draws in fellow adventurers and onlookers. Now, from within a single app, users can invite those they choose, and only those they choose, to participate in the realization of shared experiences in any manner they wish.”

“Now, users can invite their friends to build visual stories together, using Pink Zulu Labs’ unique non-destructive editing and “remix” technologies, which make story-telling a fun, risk-free, social experience,” according to Jim Schreckengast, Pink Zulu Labs’ CTO & Vice President of Engineering. “Another distinctive feature is our tight integration with the Toshiba FlashAir SD card, which allows a customer to take stunning photos with a DSLR, GoPro, or point-and-shoot camera while our app transfers images wirelessly to the Pink Zulu app, where he or she can remix and share them immediately.”

“This is just the next step in what is already proving to be a powerful and emotion-generating social media journey,” Engberg emphasized. “People around the globe are gaining access to and are learning to appreciate deeply the power and beauty of immediate, shared, image-based communication. Pink Zulu Labs is focused on enabling and radically improving visual communication. I’ll know we’ve made our mark when a common query is: ‘How do you Zulu?’”

Pink Zulu is available, free of charge, for immediate download.

For a video showcasing the app, please visit

Founded in January, 2012, Pink Zulu Labs, Inc. is a Bay Area social media start-up, specializing in capturing adventures, media-rich collaborative storytelling, and visual literacy.

Toshiba and FlashAir are registered trademarks of Toshiba Corporation in the United States and other countries.

Works with GoPro's Hero(R) camera. GOPRO and HERO are trademarks or registered trademarks of GoPro, Inc.

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Jim Schreckengast

Tony Engberg
since: 06/2014
Follow >
Pink Zulu Labs, Inc.
Like >
Visit website