Radar.net: Twitter for cameraphones?

Not to be confused with the Radar Networks of the last post, this service is pretty interesting for camera phones. What do you think? I wish it had a public version, though, where I could build a Twitter-like page from just my photos.

This was the Java app that caught my eye as something that Steve Jobs should add to the iPhone.

If this demo gets you interested, I have a longer interview with Tiny Pictures’ CEO on ScobleShow.

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13 thoughts on “Radar.net: Twitter for cameraphones?

  1. This isn’t quite “TwitterPhoto” – TwitterPhoto would allow me to publish my URL (e.g. radar.net/brian) and people could come see my pics without requiring that I add them as friends, etc. Radar serves some purpose but I’m really looking for TwitterPhoto.

  2. This isn’t quite “TwitterPhoto” – TwitterPhoto would allow me to publish my URL (e.g. radar.net/brian) and people could come see my pics without requiring that I add them as friends, etc. Radar serves some purpose but I’m really looking for TwitterPhoto.

  3. My brother’s wife is pregnant. I will not be able to attend the birth. Imagine a photo of mother and baby delivered to the entire extended family just minutes after the birth!

  4. My brother’s wife is pregnant. I will not be able to attend the birth. Imagine a photo of mother and baby delivered to the entire extended family just minutes after the birth!

  5. I agree with Robert, this seems like a TwitterPhoto. I like it a lot. The demo on John Poisson’s phone is impressive. There could be some very good business uses for this application – PG&E status of utility item; police; fire; any kind of real-time photo verification.

  6. I agree with Robert, this seems like a TwitterPhoto. I like it a lot. The demo on John Poisson’s phone is impressive. There could be some very good business uses for this application – PG&E status of utility item; police; fire; any kind of real-time photo verification.

  7. I’ve tried the service on my SonyEricsson w900i and on my HTC S620 Windows Mobile, and it does not offer me to download the J2ME client.

    Shozu works great for me as well, but I can certainly see myself using Radar for the social features. Too bad that the downloadable client is not available for me.

  8. I’ve tried the service on my SonyEricsson w900i and on my HTC S620 Windows Mobile, and it does not offer me to download the J2ME client.

    Shozu works great for me as well, but I can certainly see myself using Radar for the social features. Too bad that the downloadable client is not available for me.

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