This basically turns your browser into an ad-hoc media center, something Shoemaker says has been created to be a unified experience across multiple platforms. For instance, if you're on a Mac, it links up with iPhoto, and if you're on a PC, it organizes your "my pictures" folder by album. Either way, you see your stuff without telling the service where to go to find it.
Cooliris currently supports Firefox (Windows XP/Vista, Mac, and Linux), Internet Explorer, and Safari (Mac). On Linux, Cooliris has been tested on Ubuntu 8.04, Fedora 10, and OpenSuse 11, using 32-bit and 64-bit Adobe Flash®.
Cooliris supports the following websites:
AOL Images Ask Images Google Images Live Images Yahoo Images
deviantART Flickr Fotki fotocommunity Photobucket Picasa Web Albums Smugmug
Professional Stock Photos
Getty Images iStockphoto
Hulu (USA only, inline) YouTube
Bebo Facebook Friendster Hi5 MySpace
drop.io Ffffound Freewebs Pollstar OBG Rocks LA Times (Tribute) TTG Galleries (Lightroom) Arkyves Fidel Free Image Browser Gift Impact iPernity
Jaman Kodak Gallery MeOwns My Album Phoca Gallery (Joomla) Portsmouth Football Club Prem1on Shutterpoint Talent-Aid Tim Fahlbusch Tripwolf Xbox Live Faces