BeamIt (Cooliris)

Photo-based messaging app developed by Cooliris

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Sebastian Muehl@sebamue · Product Mngr Yahoo Mobile Mail, Cooliris
Hi there, I am Sebastian, the Product Manager for BeamIt. We just launched it today and are super stoked about it. I am very interested to hear what you think. Please drop us a line. And have fun watching the game. :)
Kristina Traeger@kristraeger · Chief Unicorn Officer @UnicornInc
Our team did an incredible job during the last months to create something amazing, that we call 'Visual messaging', enabling media-rich communication in private groups. Check out our video too!
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
@sebamue congrats on the launch! Cooliris has changed quite a bit since its embedded web previews back in 2006. I realize this is a broad question but how do you decide when to kill something that's not working and what to work on next?
Sebastian Muehl@sebamue · Product Mngr Yahoo Mobile Mail, Cooliris
@rrhoover Great question. The best way is to let the market determine it. By market I mean your users, your customers, your partners. For example, we've had CoolPreviews as one of our products since 2006 and it has over 750K monthly active users today and we've maintained that. On the other hand, we had a product called LiveShare that did not make a dent in the market so we decided to sunset it. We also had another business division called AdJitsu enabling 3D ads on mobile and that business we spun off and it was acquired by Amobee/Singtel. With BeamIt, we are stoked as the response from initial base of users has been tremendous.
Kristina Traeger@kristraeger · Chief Unicorn Officer @UnicornInc
@rrhoover you can also add our CEO Soujanya @3000ecr to join the convo :)
Andrea Grassi@andrea_sdl · Owner & Devel. at
@sebamue the website and the app look both fantastic. One question that buggles me everytime is this: How simple is the onboarding of "guest users"? What I miss in all the networks of sharing is that I want to give easy guest access to people (and maybe even want to talk to them without forcing them to install app or register). What have you decided to go for?