Share your images easily with Nokia Image Exchange

Share your images easily with Nokia Image Exchange
Sharing pictures… Doesn’t sound that much impressing, does it? You can do it via your PC and sites like flickr, for example. And the ones, using Nokia phones, surely have already gotten into the option of uploading images to their Ovi accounts. In that case, what new could it be about the new “sharing” offer of the Finns, called Nokia Image Exchange?

The key word here is “automatic”. For instance, it’s no longer needed to create an account. This is done automatically with your phone number being used for the user ID. Moreover, every change that you do to the pictures in your phone’s gallery is synchronized with  your online gallery and vice versa. You can, of course, view pictures from other users, comment on them, add them to your favorites, as well as invite your friends (from your phonebook) to take part in the sharing.

The interface of the program is handy and divided into two parts – one for the pictures from your phone, and another for the ones that are already online. As a whole, the application is really pleasant and we recommend that you give it a try, by taking part in its beta testing. The only requirements for that purpose are to have a Symbian-based Nokia (the recommended ones are: the N95, N85, N82, N81, E71, N76, 5320 XpressMusic) and to download the program from here.

source: Nokia


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