Cisco had completed the buyout of Pure Digital Technologies back in 2009. The company was responsible for the popular Flip video recorder. Cisco, the new owners recently updated the software designed to be used with the camcorder. The software called Flipshare received an update which includes new social networking features for services such as Facebook, Youtube and Twitter. Media can be shared with contacts on Gmail, MSN, Yahoo! and AOL as well.
Not only for Flip cam users
The new update can also be received on mobile platforms such as iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and any other Android devices. The mobile app allows users to upload content to sites online without having to own a Flip camera. Some of the new features of FlipShare include creating and managing groups within the software. Users will be able to view videos on Flipshare.com as well. Flipshare allows its users to upload unlimited videos and send greetings using ready-made templates. Users of the software will automatically receive updates of the software. Cisco’s Flip cameras come bundled with the FlipShare software.
Publish date: April 12, 2011 6:33 pm| Modified date: December 18, 2013 7:36 pm
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