- Berkeley, CA
- FotoFlexer offers an online photo editing app that enables users to edit and upload photos to photo sharing sites.
- Neil Warren, Jon Burgstone, Dominic Antonelli, Tracy Wang, Jeremy Schiff
- Image Recognition, Public Relations
FotoFlexer offers an online photo editing application that provides users with advanced and fun features. FotoFlexer also allows users to upload and save edited photos to major photo sharing services like Flickr, Photobucket, MySpace, and Facebook. FotoFlexer has been chosen by Google as the image editor launch partner for the OpenSocial initiative, and has teamed with Atlantic Records to help launch new artists CDs.
As of March 2008, FotoFlexer became the embedded image editor for Photobucket. FotoFlexer is also the embedded image editor for TinyPic and Piczo, as well as the developer of a number of popular Facebook applications.
FotoFlexer has launched several technology innovations. It was the first company to launch a commercial seam-carving application, which appears to "magically" remove objects from photos. The company has filed 6 provisional patents for advanced technologies.
FotoFlexer is also applying its image-processing technical expertise on some large, (though confidential) initiatives which may fundamentally change the way people and companies use photos online.
As an RIA, traditional usage metric tools, are not particularly helpful in determining the site traffic, which the company has reported as robust and growing quickly. Perhaps the best publicly available information can be found on QuantCast.
Current Team (6)Update
|Dec 17, 2014||Mashable - 14 photo editing programs for small businesses|
|Feb 24, 2014||The Next Web - The 9 Best Browser-Based Photo Editing Tools|
|Dec 3, 2012||TechHive - Farewell Photoshop: Edit your photos for free|
|Oct 6, 2012||TechHive - Tweak your photos with these Web apps|
|Apr 10, 2012||TechCrunch - Photobucket Inks Editing Partnership With Pixlr, Dumps FotoFlexer, Looking For More Twitter-Like Deals|
|Mar 5, 2012||TechHive - Finding an Alternative to the Free Picnik Photo Editor|
|Jul 19, 2011||TechCrunch - Autodesk Acquires Online Photo Editing Service Pixlr|
|Aug 13, 2010||CNet - Frash, the iOS Flash work-around: Hits and misses - CNET|
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