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Mark Peters : September 28th 2005 - 23:51 CET

Share online photos from mobile phones with Avvenu

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AvvenuShare online photos from mobile phones with Avvenu : Avvenu today announced that its new remote access and photo sharing service supports Adobe Photoshop Album Starter Edition 3 and the newly announced Photoshop Elements 4, Adobe's powerful, easy-to-use photo editing, sharing and organization tools for consumers. This integrated support lets Photoshop Album Starter Edition and Photoshop Elements users share digital images directly from their collections, as well as remotely access these images from any web-enabled computer, laptop, PDA, digital camera or mobile phone. Avvenu eliminates the inconvenience of uploading photos to a web-based photo service and large email attachments, making it extremely fast for sharing digital photos.
Share online photos from mobile phones with AvvenuPhotoshop Album Starter Edition
"Avvenu provides a powerful service for Photoshop Album Starter Edition and Photoshop Elements customers who are clamoring for efficient photo sharing and remote access tools," said Keith Barraclough, Avvenu Founder and CEO. "Photoshop Album Starter Edition and Photoshop Elements customers can use the Avvenu service to access their treasured collections from anywhere in the world and tap into powerful, user-friendly web communications for instant sharing of high resolution photos."

Novice digital camera user
Adobe's free product, Photoshop Album Starter Edition 3.0 for the novice digital camera user and Photoshop Elements 4.0 for the digital photography enthusiast, allow users to share their photos in slideshows, email, professional quality Kodak prints and hardbound photo books, as well as over TV home networks via video CD or DVD. Photoshop Album Starter Edition and Photoshop Elements automatically organize photos by date or give consumers the option to categorize them with keyword tags that can be instantly applied to groups of related photos. Avvenu's support now lets users easily access and share photos remotely using these categories and tags.

Popularity of digital cameras
"The popularity of digital cameras, camera phones and the rise in Web-connected mobile devices, means that consumers need a simplified way to access and share those images - anytime, anywhere - even while on vacation," said Deborah Whitman, vice president of product management for Digital Imaging at Adobe. "Adobe's software and Avvenu's simple yet flexible controls give our customers yet another way to get instant enjoyment out of their digital photos."

Share digital images
In addition to accessing their own content, Avvenu lets users instantly and securely share access to their content with friends, family and associates. Avvenu is different from other photo sharing services in that images are shared directly from the subscriber's computer. This means Avvenu subscribers maintain complete control of what pictures are shared, who has access to them and for how long. Avvenu subscribers can easily select which files or folders they want to share with others. Once the Avvenu subscriber has selected someone to share content with, an email notification with a link is sent to the guest that allows them to securely access just the selected image, file or folder. Guests do not need to be a member of the Avvenu service in order to view what has been shared with them. They just click on the link and are instantly viewing the shared content off of the subscriber's machine.

Free online Photo Service
Avvenu is a free service available at the Avvenu website. While Avvenu offers its service directly to consumers, the company is also working with major corporations to enable them to deliver this capability to their customers. Recently, Motorola announced it will release a service later this year based on Avvenu technology. The service will allow Motorola customers to easily view, save, and share photos between mobile phones and PC's.

About Avvenu
Avvenu, Inc., based in Palo Alto, California, was founded by a team of professionals with expertise in the areas of peer-to-peer file sharing, distributed computing systems, and VoIP technology. The company was formed to create a technology that would give users unobstructed access to their most important content. The Avvenu service is based on the company's patent-pending technology in media routing and managed peer-to-peer content access and distribution. Avvenu is a privately held company with venture funding provided by Charles River Ventures, Worldview Technology Partners, and Motorola Ventures. For more information visit the Avvenu website.

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