TransMedia this week announced the forthcoming release of
Glide 2.0, a major upgrade to its Web-based service that enables you to manipulate images, music and other digital content online and using mobile handsets. Glide 2.0 is expected to be released on October 3, 2006.
Glide lets you share movies, music, documents and photos on your Mac or PC desktop online. You can grant other users access to those files with a sophisticated level of rights management. What’s more, you can take that same content, access it, make it accessible to others and more from Web-enabled mobile handsets.
Coming in Glide 2.0 is the Glide Online Photo Editor and Print Shop, which will provide more than 75 filters, effects and tools for you to apply to your digital images. Glide Presenter is a multimedia presentation package; Glide Write beta is a word processing app that will add features like advanced document formatting and templates, blog support and more and Glide Spreadsheet.
What’s more, Glide 2.0 will dramatically increase mobile handset support, with the inclusion of devices including the Motorola Q, Rim BlackBerry 8700c/g, T-Mobile SDA, Palm Treo 700p, Palm Treo 650, Samsung SPH-I730, O2 Xda IIs, Blackberry 7100 Series, Sony Ericsson P900, HP iPAQ h6315, Kyocera 7135, Audiovox SMT560, Audiovox PPC 6600 Pocket PC, Motorola MPx220, Motorola V276 and the Motorola E815 EV-DO in addition to the already supported Palm Treo 700w, Sony Ericsson W600i and Motorola RAZR V3.
Pricing and other features will be announced on October 3, 2006.