ShoZu is hands-down one of my favorite applications on my Nokia N95, and is among the first that I install whenever I get a new S60 handset. ShoZu is now compatible with over 300 different handset models, from high-end to low-end, and allows you to quickly and easily upload videos and pictures to your favorite media-sharing sites such as Facebook, Flickr, and YouTube. They also have a cool product called ZuCasts that allows you to get content downloaded directly to your device.
For me, ShoZu rocks because I can set it to automatically upload every picture I take with my N95-3 directly to Flickr, Facebook, and any other image-sharing site. I don’t have to do ANYTHING on my phone at all, they’re automatically pushed online. However, if you tend to take more….private pictures or videos on your mobile, there’s also a convenient setting where ShoZu will popup a small box, asking if you’d like to upload the recently taken photo/video to the destinations you’ve designated. These features may or may not be available on your specific handset, but I’d highly encourage you to check ShoZu out if you haven’t.
Ewan recently met with the CEO and I’m anxious to read his thoughts soon. ShoZu has also secured deals with handset manufacturers and will be shipping pre-installed on more than 50 million handsets this year. A big congratulations to the ShoZu team on their recent funding, and keep up the killer work.