JuiceCaster Adds Geo-Tagging to Photos, Videos

JuiceCaster has added geo-tagging to its mobile social networking service. Now, when a user sends a picture or video from his phone to MySpace, Facebook or other supported social network, the picture is geo-tagged with the user’s location.

Initially available for Qualcomm BREW-based phones, the new geo-tagging feature means that users can look for content based on specific location criteria and use it to find nearby friends. There’s also a “Who was here?” feature that lets users see a list of pictures that have been uploaded for a specific location and add their own pictures and videos.

The JuiceCaster geo-tagging only displays a user’s location info to her authorized friends. Users can also choose to turn off the geo-tagging function.