Relaunches with New Features and Adobe Air App

lifestream_fm_logo.jpgI wrote about a while back. This new service came on the scene and very quickly got purchased. Well it’s now been 2 months since the acquisition and they have been working on a new version and it has just been released.

Here’s a list of new features:

  • Support for 56 services 
  • Comments – You can now leave comments on items posted.
  • Filters – Filter services and followers
  • Search – Not just your stream, but all of for content and friends
  • Import your friends from your address book
  • See your last visitors displayed
  • Extended profiles with contact info
  • Delete posted items to your stream
  • A German version supporting new German services 

If you want to try these new features out though, you better hope you already have an account as they have now gone into closed beta. If you’re interested in joining I’m pretty sure I can secure some invite codes that will be posted in the comments later.

Along with these new features they’ve launched an Adobe Air app for the service. I would report some info on this but unfortunately it did not work properly for me.

You can find my page here and you can read more about the new relaunch on their blog here.

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  1. Well, I am one of the old users, and besides the many improvements could notice something got worse.
    First of all the badge-widget: I noticed it was missing from my blog and in fact the code has been unannouncedly changed. I have put the new code online, but it gave me strange symbols especially on the facebook entries. I got back to the Profilactic widget…
    Some part of the site are now only in German, and the filter only works on the lifestream with others and not on your personal one (which would have been useful to hide multiple entries like facebook status in sync with twitter, rather than deleting a service); furthermore, as soon as you click on filter everything turns into German and you're logged out!
    They did a good job but need to fix several bugs. I still like the fact that they are the only lifestreaming site including Facebook pictures.

  2. looks pretty interesting. If you can get some invite codes, I'd love to try it out.

  3. Mark, Thank you so much for the blog post. Of course I have some codes for you and your readers 🙂


  4. ha, i knew it. thanks for mentioning the bugs, especially the language ones. this is why we went to closed beta for a bit, so we can make sure they all get worked out. i mentioned the adobe air app problem earlier and was told they would have it fixed by tomorrow. hopefully, we have it all worked out in the next couple of days. i know it can be frustrating.

  5. Looks great, but I couldn't get the services to update (everytime I tried to add one, I got taken to a page where I could input my username, and click one of two buttons, either save or cancel. Clicking either did nothing, nor did typing enter or return), and the AIR app wouldn't start properly, just sat there eating memory and CPU cycles. I'm on a mac, BTW.

  6. thanks for stepping in Jodi, I look forward to seeing all the improvements fully working!

  7. Thank you so much for all the feedback so far. It's all been passed along to the developers, who are working out the bugs. It's great to get such feedback so we know where they are. You guys are great 🙂

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