Facebook back up application released every Facebook user should have.

http://www.socialsafe.net – 15th June 2009
To help Facebook users backup their account data, new application SocialSafe has been launched to download friends and photos from a user’s Facebook account and store them safely on their computer.
At launch the SocialSafe application enables Facebook users to download their friends, photos, photos their friends have tagged them in and their profile information from the Facebook website to their computer or other device. All this for an introductory one-off price of $2.99.
According to Facebook we each have on average 120 friends and between the 200 million of us, upload over 850 million photos each month. It is incredibly easy to upload photos now without ever going near the computer.
Here is the problem. No web service is infallible, any of us could have our Facebook account hacked, deleted or simply lost. It is painful when you forget to save a file and something goes wrong. It is sickening when a hard drive fails and you frantically try to remember when you last backed up. Can you imagine what it would feel like to lose all your friends on Facebook? Can you name them all without looking? What about those photos you uploaded directly to Facebook, are they anywhere else?
SocialSafe is an incredibly simple application, built on Adobe’s Air platform, to provide a one touch backup solution that works on PCs and Macs. Once activated it will save all your friends, all your photos, photos friends have tagged you in, and the personal information you’ve added to create your profile. All stored locally, all available to upload to your Facebook account again, when needed.
This is just the beginning for SocialSafe and to reflect that, the application is on sale! The first 10,000 copies will be just $2.99 for total peace of mind. According to Facebook’s statistics that’s a little over 2 cents for each of our friends!
Save your friends by downloading SocialSafe today.
About SocialSafe
SocialSafe is a new company on a mission to save Facebook friendships one backup at a time. SocialSafe’s first standalone application connects your Facebook account to your computer within seconds to store your photos, friends and personal information locally, creating a backup of the major elements of your Facebook profile. The application is built on Adobe Air to ensure seamless integration with PCs and Macs. After it’s introductory pricing the SocialSafe application will cost $9.99.
For more information, press images, video demonstrations and to request your review copy please visit http://www.socialsafe.net/press

www.socialsafe.net – 15th June 2009

To help Facebook users backup their account data, new application SocialSafe has been launched to download friends and photos from a user’s Facebook account and store them safely on their computer.

At launch the SocialSafe application enables Facebook users to download their friends, photos, photos their friends have tagged them in and their profile information from the Facebook website to their computer or other device. All this for an introductory one-off price of $2.99.

According to Facebook we each have on average 120 friends and between the 200 million of us, upload over 850 million photos each month. It is incredibly easy to upload photos now without ever going near the computer.

Here is the problem. No web service is infallible, any of us could have our Facebook account hacked, deleted or simply lost. It is painful when you forget to save a file and something goes wrong. It is sickening when a hard drive fails and you frantically try to remember when you last backed up. Can you imagine what it would feel like to lose all your friends on Facebook? Can you name them all without looking? What about those photos you uploaded directly to Facebook, are they anywhere else?

SocialSafe is an incredibly simple application, built on Adobe’s Air platform, to provide a one click backup solution that works on PCs and Macs. Once activated it will save all your friends, all your photos, photos friends have tagged you in, and the personal information you’ve added to create your profile. All stored locally, all available to upload to your Facebook account again, when needed.

This is just the beginning for SocialSafe and to reflect that, the application is on sale! The first 10,000 copies will be just $2.99 for total peace of mind. According to Facebook’s statistics that’s a little over 2 cents for each of our friends!

Save your friends by downloading SocialSafe today.

www.socialsafe.net

About SocialSafe
SocialSafe is a new company on a mission to save Facebook friendships one backup at a time. SocialSafe’s first standalone application connects your Facebook account to your computer within seconds to store your photos, friends and personal information locally, creating a backup of the major elements of your Facebook profile. The application is built on Adobe Air to ensure seamless integration with PCs and Macs. After it’s introductory pricing the SocialSafe application will cost $9.99.

About pascalw

Creative Director for digi.me, the social network backup app helping you to build the whole story of you ... Previously founder of Raffle.it, fundraising platform for nfps ... Proud father of 3 littles. Into climbing, coffee & my iPhone

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