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Juice Wireless is a provider of mobile social networking technology and services, head-quartered in Los Angeles, Califoria. Juice’s technology enables multimedia exchange and social networking aggregation between multiple mobile platforms and online services.
The company’s current flagship consumer offering, JuiceCaster - a multimedia sharing and social networking utility - is distributed by AT&T, Nokia, Vodafone, T-Mobile, Alltel, US Cellular, Cricket, Bouygues Telecom and Turkcell.
In September 2008, Juice Wireless announced Flutter - a picture messaging and location sharing application for the iPhone. Flutter ranked 8th most popular social networking app on the iPhone and garnered wide press coverage for â€œdoing what Apple didn’t … giving iPhone 3G users some picture messaging love.â€ (San Francisco Chronicle)
CEO, Amir Hosseinpour, has stated in November 2008 that the company will announce its next generation mobile social networking platform and a deal with one of the world’s largest carriers in February 2009.
Flutter is a application for sending picture messages and geo-linked messages (with Google Maps) to most mobile phones worldwide.
JuiceCaster is the flagship product for Juice Wireless. It allows users to share videos, images, messages and comments with friends and groups between mobile devices and across hundreds of popular online destinations, including MySpace, Facebook, personal Web sites and blogs. The latest version, JuiceCaster 6.0, also lets individuals bundle JuiceCaster members and non-members into specific groups, such as family or coworkers, by importing contacts from Gmail, Hotmail, AOL and Microsoft Office Outlook. Consumers can also create videos, images or audio clips to send as an update status to all of their friends.