Bianor’s application for seamless sharing of mobile multimedia, iMediaShare, has been selected by AppCircus jury as one of the top 10 most creative mobile applications. The 10 finalists will be presenting during Mobile 2.0 Europe Developer Conference to be held in Barcelona on June 17th.
Sofia, June 16, 2010
Bianor’s application for sharing of mobile multimedia – iMediaShare is amongst the 10 AppCircus @ Mobile 2.0 Europe finalists which will compete for the prestigious Mobile Premier Awards 2011 during the Mobile World Congress.
The nominated application iMediaShare is dedicated to simplify sharing of mobile multimedia content and to help millions of mobile users access phone video, photos and music through their internet-enabled TVs and game consoles.
iMediaShare has seen over 300,000 downloads and won the Long Island Software Awards earlier this year amongst companies such as Verizon, Motorola, Microsoft, and IBM.
In addition to sharing local mobile content, Bianor’s patent pending technology allows users to access multimedia content from social networks such as Facebook, Flickr, and Picasa directly from TV sets using their smartphones as media proxies.
A free version of iMediaShare is available for download from http://www.bianor.com/ims/
AppCircus is a unique global traveling showcase of the most creative and innovative apps presented by their creators during some of the most influential international events in mobile/web. AppCircus is open to developers, startups and any other organization and offers each participant a chance to get a nomination to the Mobile Premier Awards.
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This year’s event is sponsored by Nokia Ovi, PayPal, BlackBerry, Ericsson, Telefonica, Orange, Vodafone, Microsoft, and others. The event’s media partners include TechCrunch, VentureBeat, and MIT Technology Review.