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AirMe partners with Microsoft to launch photo sharing service PhotoWall in India

US-based AirMe has launched PhotoWall, an online photo sharing service that allows users to upload pictures from mobile phones, tag them and send to their Flickr or Facebook accounts. AirMe has signed an agreement with Microsoft to promote PhotoWall in India and also manage advertising sales on a co-branded site MSN.PhotoWall.com.

US-based AirMe has launched PhotoWall, an online photo sharing service that allows users to upload pictures from mobile phones, tag them and send to their Flickr or Facebook accounts. AirMe has signed an agreement with Microsoft to promote PhotoWall in India and also manage advertising sales on a co-branded site MSN.PhotoWall.com.

“We recognize there are other mobile photo apps in the market, but we are unique because we are both a live content feeder to the most popular social network and photography sites, as well as a unique web destination for an entirely new way to tag, search, combine and use mobile media,” Apoorva Ruparel, vice president, strategy and marketing, PhotoWall, has said.

“In today’s ever-connected world, PhotoWall is a powerful new medium to communicate and stay updated. Its ability to leverage the ubiquity of photographs is amazing, and we are excited about the new horizons it opens up for consumers,” Sanjay Trehan, head, MSN India, consumer and online business, Microsoft India, has said.

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