Southern California-based Qubeey, Inc., innovators of the browser-free communications platform Qubeey, previewed its 2.0 version and launched Chris Brown’s new channel at a VIP launch party featuring the Grammy-winning megastar Saturday at a Beverly Hills mansion.
A Qubeey blue carpet, instead of the usual red, welcomed celebrities from the entertainment and sports communities including superstar Rihanna; actor Evan Ross; L.A. Lakers forward Devin Ebanks and NBA player Rasual Butler; actors Christina de Rosa, Brandon T. Jackson, and Wesley Jonathan; singer Stacy Francis and rappers Too Short, Xzibit and Hazel E. Sponsors included Roadstarr, Papa Johns, G Block, Pedrino Tequila, H2O, Earloomz and Saha Concierge.
Brown, aka Breezy, and over a hundred celebrities have Qubeey channels, customized micro-sites showcasing products, services, videos, photos and other content. Visit www.qubeey.com. Brown’s new Symphonic Love Foundation will have a channel soon.
Qubeey 2.0 allows users to create integrated streams, clusters of content based upon their interests. The streams can be bridged to users’ networks so that their followers can access the streams and other information. Additionally, new action cards provide real time, interactive notifications of all activity within a user’s social and business networks without the user ever having to visit those sites on the web.
“Through our 2.0 update you can access anyone and any activity within your social or business sites without checking emails or accessing each individual site. You can receive interactive notifications of all activity through Qubeey,” said company CEO Rocky Wright.
According to Marcus LeGall, III, Qubeey EVP, Entertainment, “A heavy social networking user like Chris can connect to his 37 million followers like never before. For example, through Qubeey’s assertive outreach, Chris can walk out onto followers’ device tops to deliver personal interactive messages.”
Qubeey’s assertive communications feature allows notifications to appear instantly on followers’ desktops, mobile tops and other devices, based upon follower request, even if they are off the web browser or working in another program. Qubeey is also available on laptops, tablets, and soon on television tops, gaming devices, and set top boxes.
The 2.0 update includes features such as enhanced search options; live feeds from all user networks combined; and trending information based on individual user interests.
“We’re pioneering the next wave of Internet communications,” said Marc Brogdon, Qubeey VP, Marketing.
Test-drive Qubeey at www.qubeey.com. For more information, visit www.qubeeypress.com.
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