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LiveShare by Cooliris Delivers New Hyper-Personal Group Sharing for Photos

PALO ALTO, Calif. Feb. 14, 2011 www.cooliris.com www.liveshare.com

$9.6 million Kleiner Perkins Caufield

Soujanya Bhumkar

Frank Gibeau

LiveShare 1.2 is the simple solution to the frustrating and time consuming problem of trying to find and share photos from an event that was attended with family and friends, eliminating the need for emailing and messaging people and trying to pull their photos from various sites. With LiveShare, users can create a new group stream anytime, anywhere, and invite friends who would be interested in sharing or viewing the photos with them. Only people invited to that stream can co-create by adding photos, which can be viewed and saved by everyone who is part of the stream.  LiveShare does this by layering a contextual element on top of the social graph, increasing relevancy by allowing users to share in flexible combinations of location, time, tags and relationships.

LiveShare also brings new capability to the Android Gallery. Originally developed by Cooliris for Android 2.1, the Gallery can now take advantage of LiveShare’s service to enable simple, relevant sharing. Users can easily get the photos from their Android phone out to selected groups of friends, share them seamlessly by creating new streams, or add their photos into existing streams.

www.cooliris.com/company/press/?p=media_kit

About Cooliris:

Cooliris turns digital content into immersive visual experiences.

Cooliris 3D Wall Gallery Discover for iPad, LiveShare

Kleiner Perkins Caufield Palo Alto, California Tokyo Singapore

www.cooliris.com www.facebook.com/Cooliris http://twitter.com/cooliris

www.liveshare.com www.facebook.com/liveshare http://twitter.com/goliveshare

Contact:

Consort Partners on behalf of Cooliris

Andrea Heuer

Telephone: +1(917) 886-5113

Email: [email protected]

SOURCE Cooliris

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