New Jalbum.net Website

February 28, 2008 | Mark Goldstein | Websites | Comment |

Jalbum.net WebsiteJalbum.net has launched a new website for the sharing of photo albums. Great photos and the multitude of presentations that users produce with the software will be on show on the new community site. “The Jalbum community is passionate about the presentation of photos. With the release of our new site, we are providing a better way of sharing albums created with our software. As our users often express an interest via images, this site will make it easier for them to connect with likeminded” said David Ekholm, Jalbum’s founder.

Jalbum Press Release

Stockholm, February 27, 2008

Jalbum releases new site for personalized photo sharing

Today, Jalbum.net launches a new site for sharing of photo albums. The new site will enable the extensive Jalbum community to share their created albums, connect with others and explore thousands of album appearances.

Albums can have any look
The endless customization possibilities of Jalbum’s web album software has attracted millions of users who enjoy the control of the output of their online photo presentations. Since Jalbum albums can have any look, the new site will be a place to browse both great photos and the multitude of presentations that users produce with the software.

Photo albums can be placed on any site
With Jalbum, the photo albums can be entire web sites by themselves. Once an album is created, users may publish them to Jalbum’s free hosting alternative or any other site. The new community site will display albums that are hosted anywhere. Jalbum users will always have control of their content which includes the ability to move albums from one site to another. Jalbum will never copyright user images.

“- The Jalbum community is passionate about the presentation of photos. With the release of our new site, we are providing a better way of sharing albums created with our software. As our users often express an interest via images, this site will make it easier for them to connect with likeminded” said David Ekholm, Jalbum’s founder.

http://www.jalbum.net



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