Flavors.me Rolls Out New Features and Support for More Services

Flavors.me is a new Lifestreaming service launched at the end of last year that I really liked. Yesterday they announced the addition of several new features. They’ve now added support for Foursquare, Posterous, WordPress, Blogger, Etsy, and LinkedIn. They’ve also improved the data coming in from the Netflix and RSS feeds. They now offer permalinks to individual service pages. Lastly they’ve now added more font sizing controls for various site entities as well as multiple options for bullets.

Screenshot of the new font options and Foursquare addition. Click to visit.

They plan to add support to YouTube very very soon and are looking into Facebook support. If you haven’t tried the service you really should. Although it’s in private beta, the founders have provided Lifestream Blog readers with invites. Just use the code ‘lifestreamblog’ when signing up to get in.

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  1. jonathanmarcus

    LinkedIn, Foursquare and Etsy are particularly cool, aren't they!?!

  2. Flavio

    I like the way it shows Google Reader Shared Items, Amplify.com and other services imported via RSS: not just as a simple link like most lifestreaming services do, but embedding the whole entry including photos and videos. So far only Soup.io did it this way!

  3. ahr19

    Now is it possible to bring this entire page/platform to a section of my WordPress blog? Sort of as a replacement to the LIfestream plug in (which still won't work for me). I like how this looks. Thanks for sharing.

  4. Mark Krynsky

    Good question Amani but I don't think they currently offer this. Ideally they would allow you to setup a custom domain that you could then point to a sub-domain such as lifestream.yoursite.com I think it would be a nice feature.

  5. Mark Krynsky

    Yes, that is a nice feature but it would be nicer if you had the option of displaying it either way. Btw thanks for mentioning Amplify.com which I hadn't heard of before. I'm very impressed by this service and will be testing it out.

  6. Mark Krynsky

    I do like the Foursquare & LinkedIn implemenation. Not an Etsy user but have liked the implementations by others.

  7. egoldstein

    Hi Mark. Thank you for the compliment about Amplify. Was great to see you sign up. Needless to say, if you ever want to talk with me about it, don't hesitate.

  8. Robert Vayner

    this is an interesting find, thanx Mark.

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