Nokia launches MOSH mobile UGC service: beta password already leaked
Well, it’s in private beta, anyway, but you can sign up for an account. MOSH (standing for Mobilize and Share) is described on its signup page as “a user-generated content platform designed specifically for use with any mobile device” that’ll let you “create, upload, collect and share” all manner of content, including photos, videos, music, games, software mash-ups and blogs.
I assume that last one means blog posts, obviously. For the moment, submitting your email address means you’ll be “put on the list” to get a MOSH password. Although after a bit of Googling, this site told us we could simply type ALLACCESS and get in, then register for an account.
Someone’s already Twittered a tart review of the service: “First impression is “what is this for?”. Very clunky. Should be wired into LifeBlog. Isn’t. Ditto Jaiku. Ditto Shozu.” Ouch. We’ll have a review later this week.
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