Club Photo has announced a public beta release of their Mac service. Club Photo is an online service for sharing photographs. According to ClubPhoto:
Club Photo Inc., the industry leader in making photo sharing and finishing a simple and meaningful experience, today announced the beta release of the industry's only online photo sharing and finishing software solution designed specifically for Apple Macintosh enthusiasts. The beta software is now available for free and is compatible with all Macs (OS 8.5 above) including the G3, G4, and the fruitful array of colorful iMacs.
Living Album for the Mac, the newest of Club Photo's free Internet photo sharing tools, gives Mac users a simple, flexible, and fun way to organize and share pictures on the desktop and with friends and family around the world on their own free Club Photo Web site.
"Until now, the Mac market has been overlooked," said Andrew Wei, president and CEO of Club Photo. "We are very pleased at how enthusiastically our Living Album software was received during its preview at MacWorld last month in San Francisco. We're hoping that the beta program will provide valuable feedback as well as an opportunity to show Mac enthusiasts just how powerful and easy the Club Photo solution really is."
Club Photo Makes Sharing Simple Club Photo provides a complete and free photo sharing solution supported by fully integrated online photo finishing services. Instead of archiving favorite pictures never to be seen again, or having to reprint individual pictures and send them by "snail mail," Club Photo members can create albums and share them over the Internet for all to enjoy within minutes.
The company has not yet added information specific to Mac users to their web site, but we are expecting it sometime today.