Gleedo Expands Open Alpha Program: Windows Vista® and XP 64-Bit Compatible Version Released

. July 27, 2009 . 0 Comments

Gleedo™, the first ever livesharing application, expanded its open alpha program with the release of Gleedo for Windows Vista® and Windows® XP 64-bit operating systems. Gleedo is free and available for download at www.gleedo.com.

Gleedo is free software that layers live social networking over users’ favorite media. With Gleedo, users may share Internet videos, web sites, photos and music with friends and family in real time, in a private online media room. Chat and talk features allow for live interaction, making users feel as if they are all in the same room.

Gleedo will launch this fall. The open alpha program, announced this month, lets users get an early preview of Gleedo, share with friends as well as provide valuable feedback to the Gleedo development team. Said Mehrdad Nadooshan, CEO of Emerj, Inc. (maker of Gleedo), “We are excited by the great response to our open alpha program. Now we are pleased to further expand our reach within the Windows Vista and XP user communities with the launch of Gleedo for 64-bit operating systems.”

To download Gleedo, visit http://www.gleedo.com/content/download.

Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries. Windows Vista is either a registered trademark or trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.

About Emerj, Inc.
Emerj, Inc. is the maker of Gleedo™, the first ever livesharing application. Gleedo layers live social networking over online and personal media, allowing users to watch – together, live – with friends and family on the Internet. Private equity-funded Emerj, Inc. is headquartered in New Jersey. For more information, visit www.gleedo.com or call +1 800.541.2027.

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