Friday December 20, 2013 0 commentsENGLEWOOD - Pixorial, a personal media-sharing platform, announced the addition of photo functionality, expanded media import and other enhancements to its service and mobile applications aimed at further simplifying the organization and sharing of photos and videos.
"Our experience working with customers revealed that most have photos and videos trapped in all kinds of different devices and networks, including their friends' phones, camera and storage locations, which made it nearly impossible for them to easily find all the media from their different activities," said Andres Espineira, Pixorial's founder and CEO.
"For the first time, there is a way to centralize the media collections that mean the most to each person in one integrated platform."
Espineira said Pixorial's new functionality preserves the original quality of the photos and video that can be lost when posting on Facebook and Twitter.
All of the new functionality is now available and new customers can sign up for a free 7 GB online account on the company's website.
A free Pixorial Photo and Video Sharing mobile application can be downloaded from the iTunes App store and from Google Play, the company said.