Radar Now Supports Video

Instantly Share Cameraphone Pictures and Video With Your Friends

SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 13 -- . Tiny Pictures, Inc. announced today that its Radar picture-sharing service now supports sharing of video clips from cameraphones.

"Video sharing is a natural evolution of Radar's notion of visual conversations," said John Poisson, Founder and CEO of Tiny Pictures. "And Radar offers the perfect use of the video features of your phone."

Video clips in Radar work just like pictures: shoot a video with your phone and post it to your Radar, where your invited friends can see it and leave comments. Video clips become part of an ongoing visual conversation with your friends.

"Since Radar is designed for private sharing, you're sharing with people who already understand the context of your life and that context is as much a part of the conversation as the picture or video clip you're sharing," added Poisson. "Because of this, even lower-quality cameraphone videos can be a great way to spontaneously share what you're doing with your friends."

Radar users can also transfer higher-quality cameraphone videos to their PC and post them to Radar via e-mail. Radar supports cameraphone video clips up to 3MB in size.

Radar is available at radar.net/ from your PC or mobile browser. Radar is a free service.

About Tiny Pictures, Inc.

Tiny Pictures, Inc. is the company that brings you Radar, a simple and addictive way to share cameraphone pictures and videos, browse friends' pictures and videos as they happen, and immediately join conversations through comments. Radar can be accessed from PC browsers, mobile phone browsers, and through a series of applications for mobile devices. Founded in 2005 by John Poisson, former head of mobile media research and design groups at Sony in Tokyo, Tiny Pictures is a privately held company based in San Francisco. For more information, visit www.tinypictures.us or radar.net/ .

Source: Tiny Pictures, Inc.

Julie Crabill
SHIFT Communications
jcrabill@shiftcomm.com for Tiny Pictures

Web site: www.tinypictures.us/

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