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Photopoll: World’s First Multi-photo Polling App for the iPhone Now Available

TenFarms today announced the launch of Photopoll, the first mobile app that allows users to group and share multiple photos in a feed for instant polling. Available now for free on the App Store, Photopoll for iPhone and iPod touch uses patent-pending technology that enables users to select two to five photos from their device, Amazon.com and Instagram, and post in a central feed for friends and others to vote on their favorites. Compared to other apps that allow users to share just one or two photos, Photopoll allows greater expression through multiple photos, accessing public opinion and telling stories around any given topic. Get instant feedback on a choice of new sneakers, an outfit for the night, a music artist’s best album, funniest dog, or which hair style to choose before heading to the salon. Download Photopoll for free from the App Store at: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/photopoll/id456863839?ls=1&mt=8

“The power of sharing multiple photos at once is immense, allowing us to provide greater context on our thoughts for the moment and accessing more support for the decisions we face every day,” states Nils Forsblom, founder and CEO, TenFarms. “With Photopoll, we’re offering this through a combination of utility, fun and social networking that both consumers and businesses will find useful. In the future, you can expect Photopoll to expand to additional mobile platforms, as well as the integration of more image sources from other online destinations.”

With Photopoll, create instant feedback loops with friends via Facebook and Twitter, or access public opinion in the open Photopoll community. Follow other profiles to view polls in their feed, keep track of their past participation, and of course vote, comment and share new polls on the fly. It’s the easiest way to ask your online friends, and the world, for their advice on whatever the problem at hand may be, or just to spark a conversation around a topic that’s on your mind.

For more information about Photopoll, visit:

Download a digital press kit using the following link: www.triplepointpr.com/dl/tenfarms/Photopoll_Assets.zip (11MB)

About TenFarms Inc.

TenFarms is a startup company based in Los Angeles, California. The company’s purpose and mission is to design and build mobile products with substance, style and simplicity. With the introduction of Photopoll, TenFarms is the first company ever to introduce a multi-photo sharing solution that integrates polling. It also holds six patents pending on mobile solutions and technology that drives its products and services. Additional developments are under way, including an industry-unique solution to mobile advertising set to launch in 2013. For more information, please visit www.tenfarms.com.

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