Vayyoo's vPost, Sheds Whole New Light On Email!

By Bla1ze on 4 Mar 2009 11:00 am EST
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This Crackberry nation, is something I have been waiting a long time for. Ever since it debuted over at BlackBerryCool I have wanted, neigh NEEDED is a better word in this case. Back then though it was basically still under the testing phases in which BlackBerryCool made good use of it to bring their readers all the news from CTIA direct from the showroom floor.

vPost, is a on device application which will have you looking at email in a whole new way, but it does not stop there. If you own a website or engage yourself in a lot of social networks, vPost is the application to have to keep friends, family and if your a blogger or own a website where you do updates often, it can help keep your readers up to date with allowing you to post on the move, no PC needed.

Let's have a little peek at the description of services shall we?

vPost is an app that lets you capture and email any combination of Pictures, Video, Audio Notes, Text & GPS location using an extremely powerful and simple interface.

Once you capture any combination of media you can send it via email to friends, family, colleagues, blogs and social networks. Without vPost it can take over 5 minutes to compose an email with 2 pictures, an audio note, and GPS location. With vPost this task can be done in less than a minute with no hassles. You can try vPost today and start sending rich-media to anyone and everyone!

And of course some details and suggestions on how to use vPost. 

  • File a life experience by emailing it to yourself
  • Share moments with close friends while it’s happening (near real-time)
  • Publish media to Facebook, Blogger, Wordpress, Flickr, Picasa, etc. and share with your online communities
  • Annotate pictures with a voice recording of what’s actually happened
  • Send accidents, act’s heroism, & other newsworthy events in to news agencies (CNN, BBC, etc.)
  • Update Twitter via services like posterous.com, pixelpipe.com, and utterli.com
  • Send vPost voice & video messages to each other
  • Send your friends your exact location in near real time. 

Best part at this time, is that the application has been launched to the public and it's coming with a free 2 week trial, after which time the application will only cost you $9.95 in the Shop CrackBerry App Store, try it out especially if you have been looking at an on device application to help you post to a blog you may own, you will not be disappointed with how useful vPost is. To learn more check out Vayoo's vPost homepage.

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9 comments

neevz

this was compatible with the Storm :(

Kyle from Vayyoo

One step at a time. The storm is a whole new opportunity for BB developers and we're making vPost so that it leverages all the functionality it possesses...it will be available in the coming weeks.

Hope everybody enjoys vPost as much as I do.

-Kyle Kemper from Vayyoo

bergeronjc

What does "coming weeks" mean? This month? Next month? The first half of this year?

dbest1a

I downloaded and tried this app. I don't feel it does anything that the Blackberry doesn't already do. I have a Bold so my Picture already have the GPS option. It can't post to twitter without sending them image via email to twitpic. No real use to me.

Kyle from Vayyoo

It's true BlackBerry has these functions but if you want to send an email containing video, pictures, audio, and GPS it requires a lot of switching between applications and file browsing.

With vPost you can capture media on demand and push it immediately. Personally i didn't really use my camera before vPost and since using it (in it's variations) i've taken over 4000 pictures...all of which are online...some public, most private.

With vPost you can also configure the favourite option for instant publishing to your blogs and social networks.

For posting to twitter twitpic.com, posterous.com, pipelpipe.com, ping.fm can all be used as channels. Email is a very effective medium these days.

alan.johnson

Do you know of an app like this one for 4.3 OS

smurffart

was this video done by one of those cheesy companies you find in the dirt mall that take your photos and and make it into a video for your aging grandparents to watch...lol

BBStormRocks

This app looks like it has great possibilities. I am a very active traveler and my wife says I update way too much. This seems to have everything I need in one app. Love the layout also.