Foap, the iPhone app that lets users upload and sell their photos through the startup’s stock photo marketplace, has followed through on its promise to open up the service to brands (yes, that word again) who want to use the platform as a form of engagement marketing, while also offering another avenue for keen “iPhoneographers” to get paid.
It’s also announcing that Puma, Rebtel, Interflora… → Read More
When Foap first launched its iPhone app and markeplace to let users upload and sell their photos, it relied on a manual approval process designed to keep the quality high in a bid to give the traditional stock photography market a run for its money. But, should the app really take off, it was an approach that was never likely to scale. And so it is that 1.4 million photo uploads and 150k app… → Read More
Did you know that the word iPhoneography has its own Wikipedia entry? Me neither (look quick before it gets deleted). It’s the art of creating photos with an Apple iPhone, apparently — a phenomenon that a new Swedish startup hopes to cash in on by enabling iPhoneographers to do the same.