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Mark Peters : March 23th 2013 - 10:15 CET
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MobliSharing photos and movies with Android and Apple iOS : Mobli, a photo- and video-sharing application, announced the release of its updated Android and iOS apps, currently available for download. This update has introduced a litany of new additions to Mobli - including great video filters, Auto-Enhance photo technology, and a re-imagined Smart Feed for a more personalized experience. Mobli has adopted and improved the best aspects of the most ubiquitous photo- and video-sharing apps, combining them with additional features and a completely revamped user-interface. With these enhancements, Mobli is prepared to challenge the status quo of the current social-sharing space, positioning itself as a disrupter within the industry.

Sharing pictures

Sharing pictures and videos
According to Nielsen, 60% of consumers use their mobile devices - both smartphones and tablets - to access social media, particularly through native smartphone apps. App usage now accounts for more than one-third of social networking time and smartphone owners spend 127 minutes per day in mobile apps. Users are in need of a unique, native mobile experience that allows them to capture and share media with their social networks and the world. Mobli allows users to do exactly that. Mobli has incorporated the most popular features from other social sharing apps, brought them all together in a single, native experience, and made them even simpler for photo- and video-sharing, geolocation, chatting and more.

Smartphone app

Updated smartphone app
“Technology is fueled by our innate curiosity to learn, discover and connect with one another; our team reimagined the experience of social sharing on mobile, making it smarter, simpler and much more versatile,” said Moshe Hogeg, founder and CEO of Mobli. “The new Mobli puts us in a position to be the foundation for real-time personal exchanges, making it easy to create and share pictures and videos with the right people. We’re taking a big step forward in the photo- and video-sharing market – one we believe will set a new standard for social sharing and discoverability.”, Moshe Hogeg added. The new smartphone app from Mobli is a free download from both Google Play (Android) and the Apple App Store (iOS).


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