Woven Photo Viewing App Extends Audience Reach With "Woven for Windows Phone"
BOSTON, MA, Nov 09, 2012 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) --
Woven by litl announced today the immediate availability of "Woven
for Windows Phone," a new version of its mobile photo-viewing app
optimized for phones operating Windows Phone 7 and 8. Woven creates a
fun and simple way to gather photos from a range of on and offline
sources and bring the organized collection to phones, e-readers, and
tablets for on-the-go viewing. Woven for Windows Phone joins popular
versions of the app already released for Apple's iOS and Google's
Android operating systems.
"We've long aspired to make every one of your life's special moments
effortlessly available -- regardless of where your photos are stored
or what type of phone, e-reader, or tablet you prefer," said John
Chuang, litl's founder and CEO. "With the release of Woven for
Windows Phone, we're positioned well as the first and only photo
viewing app to support such a breadth of viewing platforms and
Woven for Windows Phone can be downloaded free of charge from the
Windows Phone Store, accessible via woventheapp.com/windowsphone.
Woven is also available for the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, NOOK
Tablet, NOOK Color, Kindle Fire, and Android-powered phones, tablets,
and cameras. With a free account, Woven users can effortlessly enjoy
their entire photo collection across any and all of these devices.
Based in Boston, litl brings people closer to what they
love through technology. The company was founded in 2007 and shipped
its first product, the litl webbook, in November 2009. Today, the
company is increasingly focused on helping people enjoy their
treasured memories through smart and simple mobile apps, desktop
software, and supporting services. More information about Woven is
available at its website, woventheapp.com.
Woven is a registered trademark of litl LLC. All other trademarks and
copyrights are the property of their respective owners. No
endorsement is implied or intended.
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