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December 15, 2009 10:41 ET

dazzboard Launches New Universal Media Management System for the Android Phones

Drag and Drop Technology, Cross-Platform Capability With Facebook and iGoogle Integration

SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwire - December 15, 2009) - dazzboard, the ultimate social media webtop, today announced the next step for Google Android and PC integration -- dazzboard Android Universal Media Management (UMM). The new Android system on dazzboard allows users to push-and-pull data instantly between their portable device and PC, or to move content directly from a device onto the social media Web -- all with drag-and-drop ease through dazzboard.com.

From the start, Android has faced an uphill battle for seamless integration of content between phone and computer that is available on the iPhone through iTunes. With dazzboard Android UMM, users can transfer iTunes music to their Android device, upload content from their phone to social networks, download and transfer video to and from an Android phone and a PC, and much, much more. In addition to webtop access through www.dazzboard.com, users can opt to manage their Android through dazzboard's iGoogle gadget or Facebook app.

dazzboard currently supports Windows XP, Vista and 7, Internet Explorer version 6 (XP only), 7 and 8, as well as Firefox 3.X. The company will also release APIs for developers to integrate dazzboard technology for external websites and develop add-ons to utilize the device connection.

For information, contact Jessica Hasson at jessica@dazzboard.com.

About dazzboard

dazzboard is the ultimate social media webtop, providing users with seamless point-and-click connectivity to photos, music, videos and the Internet. Requiring no desktop application and eliminating the need for installing proprietary software for every portable device, dazzboard provides an elegant web 2.0 solution to universal media management. dazzboard is headquartered in Helsinki, Finland. For more information, visit www.dazzboard.com.

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