New release of KODAK EASYSHARE Software delivers blazingly fast upload to Facebook™, YouTube™ and KODAK Gallery.
Enhanced features strengthen #1 photo imaging software
London, UK, July 29, 2009 – Eastman Kodak Company has released an updated free version of KODAK EASYSHARE Software, the leading consumer-preferred photo software application in the U.S.*
“Kodak has always been about helping people connect and share their daily experiences,” says Carolyn Walsh, Product Sales Director, CDG, FPG, UK & Ireland. ”Consumers are especially eager to quickly share their pictures and videos on websites like Facebook™ and KODAK Gallery. Version 8.0 makes this easier and faster than ever, and in newer KODAK Digital Cameras, the software allows for seamless and automatic upload the moment you connect your camera to the computer.”
Features offered by KODAK EASYSHARE Software version 8.0 for Windows include:
- Easily upload content from EASYSHARE Software to KODAK Gallery, Facebook ™ and YouTube™. Users can set the software to remember their Gallery, Facebook™ and YouTube™ account information for fast and easy upload of pictures and videos.
- Faster-than-ever uploading to KODAK Gallery. EASYSHARE Software users rely on the KODAK Gallery for sharing, printing, and creating high-quality photo gifts. With version 8.0, images transfer from the desktop to the KODAK Gallery site quicker than ever.
- Easily access your KODAK Gallery images and create high-quality, heart-warming personalised photo gifts, including greeting cards, photo books, calendars, mugs and more, all created with professional quality.
KODAK EASYSHARE Software is an award-winning, full-featured photo software applications that consumers prefer to use to organise, edit, share, create, and print from their digital collection. The software is free and works seamlessly with Kodak cameras, printers, digital frames, and Kodak Gallery and most leading brands.
KODAK EASYSHARE Software version 8.0 is available via download for free at www.kodak.com/go/easysharesw.
* Source: InfoTrends 2008 Digital Camera End User Study, in which consumers ranked their preferred software package in frequency of use, organization, photo editing and printing at home.