LiveShare by Cooliris
A good idea, but not well executed
LiveShare by Cooliris Review
by on August 28, 2011
Facebook is popular – we can probably all agree on that, right? So you might question the need for another photo sharing application.
And you’d be right – LiveShare is pretty much just the photo albums bit of Facebook taken into its own application.
One major flaw is it needs users to be involved with the application – they’ll need to have a login through Facebook to look through the pictures on a mobile app or website.
And privacy fans will be up in arms: once you’ve made a stream and shared it, you can no longer delete it – it’s a ‘living document’, according to Cooliris.
The big feature was supposed to be Public Streams to follow, but we could only find an empty one from Kerrang Radio on offer – not that impressive.
While within a closed loop this seems like a decent application, you can do the same with Facebook and that offers much, much more functionality.
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