TweetMyImage Press Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

Release of TweetMyImage v. 1.00

Twitter Image Timeline Blog Creator For All Windows-based Devices

September 23, 2010

MobileTimes announces the release of its image timeline Blog creator for all Windows-based Devices.

TweetMyImage allows its user to post his or her images to Twitter, thereby creating a timeline blog of images. After all, if an image is worth a thousand words, one should imagine how much an image blog is worth! With this handy utility for Windows devices (i.e., Desktop, Notebook, Tablet, NetBook, PDA, or SmartPhone) users can create their own image blog, and/or follow their friends' image blogs.  Images can be supplied from two sources:  Firstly, from a user-specified list of pictures residing on the device, or via an automatic camera snapshot feed. The later automatically creates camera snapshots at a preset frequency rate, and publishes the pictures to a usersí Twitter account. 

Not only can a user create image timeline blogs with TweetMyImage, but he or she can add as many Twitter members to their own monitoring list. The tool automatically downloads images from these Twitter accounts and keeps them stored on the computing device. Of course, one can at any point in time decide to create an animation of another Twitter memberís image timeline blog.

TweetMyImage can be used to regularly change a userís profile image, create dia shows/presentations, or feed a devices camera output. For example, any traveler can have his/her SmartPhone or PDA's camera output sent directly to their Twitter account, so that others subscribing to the image feed can see what the traveler is seeing from anywhere in the World. All of this is of course done automatically, with no user intervention being required.

TweetMyImage - If one needs to say it, then one should say it with an image timeline blog.

A Multi-Lingual User Interface to over 140 languages is available.

Support exists for all Windows Desktop and Mobile devices. Released as shareware.

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MobileTimes

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