LONDON (PRWEB) September 25, 2007
Unexpectedly, this caused an explosion of emotion from many of Badoo's loyal users who had grown to love the old design and feature set of Badoo. Having their beloved site changed so quickly before their very eyes was too much for this faithful group. The outcry was loudest in Badoo strongholds such as Europe, the UK, and North America.
After several days, users started to recognize the greatly increased possibilities that the new Badoo allowed them to explore. They tested out and started to get addicted to the high resolution photo uploads, video features, and tools for sharing their lives built into the Multimedia Reportage function. A function that allows any user, no matter what skill level they might possess, to create professional level reportages about their own personal experiences and then spread these works to people both locally and worldwide.
Other Badoo features include unlimited and lightning quick upload of multiple photos at a time and video uploads of up to 100mb each file. Basically, the new Badoo.com is built to allow people to show their lives in living color to all those around them. People first write about their experiences and illustrate them with photos and videos in one sleekly designed "reportage/entry". Then their second step is to use Badoo's unique patented features to instantly spread and gain an audience for their masterpieces.
As Badoo has constantly seen, including in this month's earlier chaos, our users are people who only accept the highest quality and most cutting edge technology both online and off, and Badoo.com has no plans to ever let them down.