Smilebox iPhone App for Mobile Photo Sharing

Smilebox for iPhone features dynamic designs for personalizing photos with colorful stickers, swipes, captions and frames. The app features two categories of designs:  “Fresh,” topical and pop-culture themes to inspire and delight and “Essentials,” key, timeless elements suitable for any moment.

Smilebox, a division of IncrediMail Ltd., which offers social photo sharing options, announced Thursday that it has released a new iPhone app for consumers who take photos with their iPhone camera. The free Smilebox app is available from the iTunes App Store.

“Our goal was to reinvent the way people stay personally connected on the go,” said Andrew Wright, president of the Smilebox division. “We insisted on going beyond photo-filter effects and group sharing and created a simple and fun way to make everyday mobile photo sharing more meaningful. The result is an addictive way of staying connected that brings people closer together.”

After downloading the app, customers can snap a photo or grab one from their photo roll, choose a design and touch the screen to personalize with simple pinches and swipes.

Smilebox for iPhone lets consumers choose the approach that works best for them and their recipients – SMS, email and Facebook. Instant feedback is received through fun, expressive emoticons and comments regardless of how the photo moment is shared.

Smilebox for iPhone’s “Wrap-Up” feature automatically compiles a daily recap of a customer’s photos in an interactive, digital Smilebox collage. 

The “Wrap-Up” collage is sent directly to their email inbox and can be forwarded to family and friends or saved to their PC or Mac using the desktop Smilebox service for further personalization, sharing or printing.

Saved mobile moments can also become part of other Smilebox creations including greetings, scrapbooks, slideshows, calendars and more. 

Smilebox for iPhone is available for the iPhone, iPad2, and iPod touch and can be downloaded from the iTunes store.

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Rakesh Raman