November 18, 2008 – FunMobility, a US-based provider of wireless community and media services, has launched aFlix.TV, a user-generated video sharing service, on Verizon Wireless.
According to FunMobility, its aFLIX service will enable Verizon Wireless customers to share user-generated content with other mobile phone users across multiple carrier networks.
Using aFLIX, Verizon Wireless customers who have phones with video capabilities may share their mobile videos as life happens. Customers can upload videos into categories such as comedy, kids vids, crazy pets, sports hijinks, or create a profile with their videos and share public or private messages with other members.
Adam Lavine, CEO of FunMobility, said: “Today’s mobile consumer demands creative freedom and giving them the tools to generate their own media is the next step in broadening and deepening their mobile experiences. aFLIX represents the next evolution of mobile media creation, giving users the ability to point, click, and immediately share their personal videos with millions of others.”
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