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'Color' Hopes to Marry Photography with Social Networking

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Mar 24, 2011, 8:36 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

A company called Color Labs has today made a new photography-based social networking application available to the iOS and Android platforms. The application taps into GPS data when used to take pictures and video, and automatically creates a social networking group based on others who are nearby and also use the application. The application says it only groups photos together when they are taken within 150 of other users who have the application. Users don't need to friend anyone or even upload photos/video, it all happens automatically. The application also has its own built-in text messaging feature so people can strike up conversations based on the images/videos shared. It is free.

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