SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Tiny Pictures, Inc. today announced that it has dramatically increased the number of devices supported by its Radar mobile picture sharing application, including new support for BlackBerry(R) and Windows Mobile smartphones. The Radar mobile application is now supported on more than 220 popular consumer-level phones worldwide. Radar is the leading service for real-time sharing of cameraphone pictures and videos between friends. The award-winning Radar mobile application offers highly interactive browsing and commenting on the phone, and complements the desktop and mobile browser versions of Radar, both at http://radar.net. The downloadable application can be obtained for free for a limited time on Radar's mobile site at http://radar.net and through carrier partners in North America and Europe. "The Radar mobile application is the centerpiece of our mobile experience, offering unprecedented interactivity and real-time sharing of pictures and comments," said John Poisson, founder and CEO of Tiny Pictures. "We're excited that this experience is now available to hundreds of millions of mobile phone users worldwide." About Tiny Pictures, Inc. Tiny Pictures, Inc. is the company that brings you Radar, a simple and addictive way to share cameraphone pictures and videos, browse friends' pictures as they happen, and immediately join conversations through comments. Radar can be accessed from PC browsers, mobile phone browsers, and through a series of applications for mobile devices. Founded in 2005 by John Poisson, former head of mobile media research and design groups at Sony in Tokyo, Tiny Pictures is a privately held company based in San Francisco. For more information, visit http://www.tinypictures.us or http://radar.net. The BlackBerry and RIM families of related marks, images and symbols are the exclusive properties and trademarks of Research In Motion Limited.
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