It’s not just Dolphin-friendly, it’s the perfect app for a specific problem. FineTuna lets you upload pics, annotate them with comments etc and then forward on to someone.
I’ve attempted to do similar using paint packages like Paint.net but all their features just get in the way.
FineTuna is ideal when you are either going through design revisions for a site or trying to highlight bugs or things you don’t like on a live site.
The lack of any requirement to sign-up is another bonus and the Firefox Extension makes it a no-brainer to use.
This isn’t just a tool for desingers and web-devs and their customers, it is also a superb customer-support tool. I know I’ll be using it a lot from now on.
If you like FineTuna, why not do your own (Wednesday) Push of it?
This week’s Tuesday Push is LouderVoice who have just launched a range of business services. If you like what they are doing, please blog about it. You might even do it in the form of a review that they can use on the site.
LouderVoice for Business
This week’s Push is Cork-based eWrite Lite, a suite of tools built around a CMS to enable SMEs to get online cheaply and easily. If I hear of one more SME having to pay a web-designer every time they want the content on their site updated, I’m going to start naming and shaming. eWrite Lite is perfect for those many small companies out there who are paying through the nose to get simple sites developed and maintained.
Check it out and blog about your impressions of it.
As with Pix.ie, I’ve collected all the posts I’ve seen so far about Toddle over on delicious.com. Let me know if I’ve missed any.
Keep Stumbling and Digging the good uns folks!
I’ve collected all the posts I’ve seen so far about Pix.ie over on delicious.com (a joy to be finally able to type that properly). Let me know if I’ve missed any.
It looks like using StumbleUpon on the top-notch posts is highly effective as a traffic driver and I’d encourage you to Stumble the ones you really like.
Pix.ie is a beautiful photo-sharing site with many unique features which put it way ahead of the competition. Whether you are a cameraphone snapper like me or a pro, they have lots that’ll appeal to you. If you like what you see, why not join the push.
Joe Drumgoole let us know that the outcome of the Tuesday Push on PutPlace far exceeded expectation:
For us it increased our number of visitors on average four fold for the week in which we were pushed. This converted to double the previous weeks registrations. We weren’t running any other campaigns so I attribute that all to the Tuesday push….Basically one of the most cost effective marketing exercises we have done this year.
And your reason for not signing up for the push is?
The Tuesday Push on 1TIme started over Chez Mulley and spread like wildfire. Here are the reviews and posts that we’ve seen so far. Pop in a comment if we’ve missed yours.
So far only 5 companies have signed up for the push. There are some harsh words I could use here but I’ll simply ask the question; why wouldn’t you like coverage of your app and some honest feedback?