Jailbroken phone must to use CBS EyeMobile iPhone app

CBS EyeMobile app for the iPhone let aspiring citizen journalists report on news by uploading photos and videos to the CBS site with the popular device, but in order to use the service, you have to have a jailbroken iPhone. Brent Brookler, the CEO of Treemo Labs, the company that developed the EyeMobile application for CBS confirmed that the […]

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CBS EyeMobile app for the iPhone let aspiring citizen journalists report on news by uploading photos and videos to the CBS site with the popular device, but in order to use the service, you have to have a jailbroken iPhone. Brent Brookler, the CEO of Treemo Labs, the company that developed the EyeMobile application for CBS confirmed that the iPhone app does indeed require a jailbroken device if you want to capture video. Brookler said that the EyeMobile app was more about uploading photos and that the iPhone “is a great distribution outlet.”

Source:→ NewTeeVee

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