iShare: New feather in Rediff's cap


Rediff, one of India's leading online portals, Tuesday launched iShare, an amalgamation like YouTube and Orkut, which enables a user to share music, videos or exchange profiles along with other features.
iShare comes with a utility tool which users can install in their computers and upload multiple files even at low speed. Users will be able to upload picture and videos made on mobile phones, digital cameras, camcorders and music from mp3 players like ipods.

Some of the key features of iShare

  • Easy upload, drag and drop upload using the Uploader tool. Very fast.
  • Unlimited storage. However you can upload only five files at a time. You can upload video files of size less than 50 MB and audio files of size less than 10 MB.
  • You could keep some of the content as private
  • Tag your content.
  • You could vote on the content in iShare
  • Book mark content
The only one thing, that I didn’t like about iShare is, it forces me to create a rediff email account. Why can’t it accept other email account for registering in iShare. See Orkut, you could create profiles without a gmail account.
Read full article at : Rediff

Submitted by Gaurav Jain

3 opinions:

Really nice of piece of information man! Well how so ever popular rediff is in india but i have been keen in visiting it(Dont even remember when was it when i last typed the word 'rediff'!!)But, i really liked this least now we ll have some other business also rather just orkutting all the time! And am happy that I am one of the earliest users!!

Potentate said...
12 July 2007 at 3:39 AM  

Also yaar,one more enquiry that i had to make was..that..whatever 'things' we watch there,they aren't saved in any history or something na!?! ;)

Potentate said...
12 July 2007 at 3:52 AM  

i don't think so!!

Scrutabilis said...
12 July 2007 at 1:50 PM  

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