The hottest application segment these days is photo sharing, and the app on everyoneâ€™s lips is the just launched Color, which takes location-based sharing to the next extreme by making all the pictures you take on one location automatically public to anyone within 150 feet.
Likely the reason for all the attention is that the man behind the service is 27 year old Bill Nguyen, who was the founder of Lala, the online music streaming service recently purchased by Apple, who managed to raise $41 million start-up funds even before the app launched.
He notes than his number 1 priority is to make sure the service is available on every handset, including BlackBerry and Windows Phone 7. KWGN reports the apps should hit Marketplace in around 2 weeks.
While we are not sure the app will be the next twitter, it is heartening to see Windows Phone 7 included from the start in a product that has such buzz already. Increasingly being everywhere means being on Windows Phone 7, which can only be a good thing.