We already published about Cellspin when they launched at DEMO 08 in January.This service enables users to create and publish media content on their favorite websites. Since the launch, they added MySpace, Twitter, and Pownce to their list that included Facebook, Blogger, YouTube, Picasa, Flickr, Live Journal, Live Spaces and eBay. Today, Cellspin is adding support for Palm OS to its mobile publishing software.
I like applications that allow me to manage my favorite social networking and blogging websites from one place, because it makes my everyday life easier. Cellspin still needs to create a better design for their UI (user interface), this one is really bad looking. I already told them at DEMO and they will work on it, but, as any well-respected tech start up, they want to make sure that the features are working first.
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