Warner Bros. Building Instagram Competitor Called OutMyWindow

Filed as News on January 9, 2012 3:58 pm


Executives at Warner Brothers are in the midst of preparing to take on photo sharing sensation Instagram with a new offering of their own.

According to Fusible.com the company has filed several patents with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for a product called Out My Window which very much appears to be a photo-sharing platform built around  a social network.

Among the company’s filings Fusible reveals:

The goods and services covered in the filings include: peer-to-peer photo and video sharing services, digital enhancement of photographs, digital imaging software, providing temporary use of on-line non-downloadable software and applications, and of course, social networking services provided via the internet.

The move would be a jump into a whole new space for Warner Bros. Currently the company’s only connection to photos is a 1930’s film study located in Burbank.

The company has also registered outmywindow.com which is targeted at mobile devices and TV sets.

If you choose you can enter your email on the company’s splash page in order to be alerted when the system launched.

In the meantime Instagram is attempting to extend their base and started testing an Android application in December.

Are you going to give OutMyWindow a chance when it debuts?

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