The Dutch startup is the first to launch a tool to autopost to Google+
We have written before about Mobypicture, Dutch startup that allows its users to post any kind of media file (photos, videos, audios) and distribute them automatically to a large number of social networks, including Twitter, Facebook and Flickr, using both your mobile phone (all platforms supported) or a number of desktop applications. They have also been featured on a Vodafone Netherlands campaign. Today our friend Mathys van Abbe, Mobypicture’s founder and CEO, announces a new integration with Google+: this makes Mobypicture the first service with such ability, since Google has not released the G+ API yet.
To start posting from your mobile phone to Google+ and other social networks you only need to follow these simple steps:
- Register to Mobypicture, if you’re not a user yet
- Install the mobile application on your smartphone
- Go to moby.to/gplus and associate your Google and Mobypicture accounts
- Share your photo, video or audio adventures using the Mobypicture app
As result your post will show among your posts on Google+
Note that due to the lack of official API from Google it’s not possible to use oAuth and you will need to enter your Google credentials; anyway this will happen on a secure connection and the Mobypicture staff will never have access to your password.
Thanks to Mathys, Timan, Bram and the whole Mobypicture crew for another great addition to an already great service.
via Mobypicture Blog