I just spent some time visiting a new site where members can Mix, sync, and share your media from the Web and PCs. This new site is called iGliss.
The site was created in order to make it easier for you to both collect, mix, synchronize various types of media, and then share it with your friends or with the world. Once you register you can begin using the site to share your favorite photos, videos, audio recordings or even blogs from the web.
There are so many interesting features it’s hard to know where to begin. You can use iGliss in so many ways. As I mentioned above you can simply use it to share your pictures and videos with friends and family, or you can use the site to keep track of cool photos that your friends and acquaintance’s have recently posted on Flickr.
You can watch the latest videos from sites like YouTube and Grouper, or listen to internet talk shows and news podcasts. You can even use it to read new posts from from favorite blogs.
I really like some of the features. I mean, I run several websites, yet I want to stay in touch with what’s happening on the web and read my ever growing list of favorite blogs but it can be hard to keep up with it all. I spend an hour on a forum, an hour or two reading RSS feeds or visiting site after site, then to relax or get ideas for posts I might sometimes stop in at Youtube to see if there’s any good videos that I can use. Now, with iGliss it seems like I can do much of that right from the iGliss site. That’s amazing. For me that would be a real time saver!
You don’t have to upload anything to the site. All you need to do once you become a free member is start selecting websites, RSS feeds and any other media that you’d like to list in your account and iGliss will automatically synchronize the media content that you’ve selected and keep track of it all for you.
I’m in. I just signed up for a membership. I think I’ll be exploring the site for a while! See you there I hope!